Apple Music price raised for students outside of U.S.

The costs of Apple Music for students is rising, just not in the United States right now.

It has been reported by MacRumors that the cost of Apple Music will be going up for college students in South Africa as well aS Australia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Kenya and Israel.

In South Africa, the price is being raised from USD $1.49 a month to USD $1.99 per month. This was confirmed by a user on Twitter who provided a screenshot from an email they received from Apple about the change.

In the U.S., it looks as though for now that Apple Music is going to stay at $4.99 a month. Students also get access to content from Apple TV+ with a student subscription.

Apple Music starts at $4.99 a month with the Apple Music Voice plan which only allows the user to use Apple Music through Siri. Outside of that, Apple Music costs $9.99 a month without the student discount and the user would also get to control it via an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac with their subscription.

However, neither the Apple Music Voice or regular Apple Music plans include Apple TV+. Apple’s streaming service is an additional cost of $4.99 a month after a one-week free trial.

What are your thoughts on the changes to the price of Apple Music for college students? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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