Apple Considers Dropping Price of Apple Music to $7.99/Month

Apple Considers Dropping Price of Apple Music to $7.99/Month

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Apple is considering a price drop for Apple Music that could take effect before the holiday season, according to Digital Music News sources.

They also emphasized that the changes are still under discussion, albeit ‘under serious discussion’. Still, there are valuation debates underway, and the price chop may not be implemented.

Currently, Apple Music costs $9.99/month with a $14.99/month family rate and a $4.99/month student rate.

Apple is said to be slashing $2/month off both the regular and family plans bringing them to $7.99/month and $12.99/month respectively. The student rate would stay at $4.99/month.

The move could come as a holiday promotional discount and is seen as a way for Apple to compete with Amazon Music Unlimited and Spotify. Amazon Music Unlimited is $7.99 for Prime subscribers and Spotify offers numerous discounts through carriers and others that brings down its monthly cost from $9.99.

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Apple Considers Dropping Price of Apple Music to $7.99/Month
MitchelM - November 1, 2016 at 4:37pm
That would be awesome if they did they that!!
Adam - November 1, 2016 at 1:59pm
I should not have to pay for what is not used. My fee should be proportional with usage. Along the same lines as iCloud. 0.99eur if I only listen to a few songs. 9.99eur if I listen to 50 or more songs. Or have a point system so I can accumulate hours for months of inactivity.
Darryn - November 1, 2016 at 3:10pm
Well, send feedback to Apple. No use complaining here...
. - November 1, 2016 at 12:49pm
Please be satisfied with this, Ms. Swift.
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