Rogers, the Canadian wireless carrier is offering six months of free Apple Music subscription to customers in Canada. The offer is made available for both new and existing Apple Music subscribers, as spotted by MacRumors.
However, there is a catch. Among variety of plans, the six-month free offer is available with Rogers’ select Infinite plans only. This includes opting-in for options like the 20GB plan which is priced for $80 per month, or the 50GB plan for $125 per month. The offer can be claimed using the MyRogers app.
After the expiration period, customers will have to pay Apple’s primal price, $9.99 per month for the music streaming service, charged directly on their Rogers bill. Unfortunately, family and student plans are not covered in this promotion.
Along with Rogers, South African carrier MTN is also offering free Apple Music subscription for six months. Previously, Verizon in the US offered free Apple Music subscription to customers.
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