EE offers six months’ free Apple Music

As if free BT Sport isn’t enough, mobile network EE has announced that it’ll give six months’ free Apple Music to all new and upgrading customers.

The offer is available to anyone who signs up, or upgrades to, a pay-monthly plan on an iPhone, Android, or SIM-only plan after 1 September.

You'll then be able to use your free subscription to listen to Apple Music on your phone, computer, tablet, or Apple TV.

Apple Music is a streaming service that lets you listen to an unlimited amount of music for a monthly fee (or for free, in this case), with the ability to download and listen later or buy albums and songs to keep. It's got one of the largest online music libraries out there, including some exclusive albums that aren't available to stream anywhere else.

EE is the first UK network to give its customers Apple Music, though others have had similar offers - Vodafone, for instance, gave away six months' free Spotify.

CEO Marc Allera said: "We're delighted to be the first UK operator to offer Apple Music, with its incredible catalogue of songs, playlists, and Beats 1 radio. As the UK's biggest and fastest network, our focus is on bringing our customers the best 4G coverage in the most places. But we also look to bring our customers services from the best companies in the world. In Apple Music there is no doubt that we have found that."

To get free Apple Music, sign up for a new pay-monthly plan from EE after 1 September. It's free for the first six months, then £9.99 after that.

Source: EE

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