U.S. military and veterans can now get four months of free Apple Music

To help support the troops more, Apple is now giving a nice discount on its one-of-a-kind music streaming service.

Thanks to a new program from Apple, those currently serving in the military and veterans who have previously served can now get four free months of Apple Music.

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To do this, you can click this link and get verify your military and veteran information through ID.me, which is a service that has discounts for those currently serving and veterans.

Once the person has entered in their valid ID.me credentials, a code will be sent to them to redeem the military discount for Apple Music.

Current military servers and veterans that already have Apple Music can still sign up for this promotion through the same link to get four months of the music streaming service for free too.

It’s not the first time that Apple has used ID.me for military and veteran discounts, as Apple has an entire page dedicated to discounts just for those people with that service. The discounts include products like an iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch.

The time to do this is Apple Music discount is now since the page currently states that the promotion is set to end on Sunday, August 1. After the four-month free trial period is over, Apple Music will go back to its monthly $9.99 price.

What are your thoughts on this military and veteran promotion? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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