- The price of an Apple Music student membership has increased in a number of countries.
- Several countries’ student Apple Music subscription prices have been discreetly hiked, with the firm informing students that they may expect to pay a bit more for their subscriptions going forward.
- Apple Music student customers in Australia, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Indonesia, Israel, and Kenya would not be affected by the pricing shift, according to the report’s results.
Apple Music memberships for students in a number of countries have been quietly raised by the company, which has told students that their membership will cost a little more.
According to the report’s findings, the price change would affect Apple Music student subscribers in Australia, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Indonesia, Israel, and Kenya, but not everywhere.
“Thank you for joining the Apple Music community.” Because of this, we’d like to inform you that your membership will be changing. Apple Music student subscribers were sent an email from the company. In an email from Apple to a South African client, “Apple is increasing the price of this membership from USD 1.49 to USD 1.99 each month.”
Students may get a discount on Apple Music by signing up for a student subscription. For college students in the United States, Apple Music costs $4.99 per month instead of the regular $9.99 per month. For $14.95 a month, Apple One customers may obtain access to Apple Music as well as access to a variety of other Apple products and services.