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How to subscribe to Apple Music Rs 1,200 plan
Most recently, homegrown music apps Ganna and JioSaavn took the price plunge and now Apple Music is also following suit, slashing its subscription prices across tiers. Earlier the monthly subscription prices were Rs for individuals, and Rs for families. In addition to providing a level playing field in terms of competition with India-based music streaming platforms, the price-cut will also help Apple to take on Amazon Music. The service is available as part of the Amazon Prime membership and costs around Rs a month. Unfailingly, the streaming giant also delivered, racking up one million unique listeners within a week of its launch in the country. There is no doubt that India is a vast market for online music streaming — in fact, an average Indian internet user spends around Also Read: YouTube Music app is finally here: background playback, smart search, and more.
Apple Music subscribers now have an additional plan added by the company without much fanfare, and it could save quite an amount of money. These Apple Music plans in India corresponds for Rs per month per individual, Rs per month for a family plan and Rs 60 per month for students. Firstly, open the App Store app and scroll down to the end of the home screen. Once you land on to the next page click on the Subscriptions button, where you can access the Apple Music membership preferences. From here, you can switch from monthly individual to annual individual plan. Remember, this works only if you are an existing Apple Music subscribers.
Jump to navigation. If you were planning to get a paid subscription for Apple Music, now would be the right now would be the right time to do so as Apple has slashed the price of the Apple Music subscription across all tiers in India. The revised plans offer Apple Music monthly subscription to students for Rs 49 a month, to individuals for Rs 99 a month and a family for Rs a month. Earlier, the Cupertino, California based company offered Apple Music to students for Rs 60 a month, to individuals for Rs a month and to families for Rs a month. Notably, the revised subscription plans are applicable only for the new subscribers only. This means that if you are an Apple Music subscriber, you will not be eligible for the new plans and your subscription would be renewed as per the old plans. However, if you are new to Apple Music and you want to try the service out before you opt for a subscription plan, there is a three-month trial period following which the plan that you have opted for would renew with subscription charges - something that Apple has been offering previously as well. Interestingly, the price cut in subscription charges of Apple Music comes at a time when Jio Saavn has slashed its subscription plan by 75 per cent bringing the yearly subscription fee from Rs to Rs with a month subscription fee costing Rs 99 to the users. The good news is that apart from getting YouTube Music Premium subscription, users also get access to Google Play Music without paying anything extra. Prime Music, on the other hand, comes bundled with the Amazon Prime subscription which costs Rs a year or Rs a month, while Spotify Premium costs Rs a month.