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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Apple One service launched in India, one month can be used for free

Apple has launched its new service Apple One in many countries including India. 
The company's CEO Tim Cook made the announcement. Apple One is a subscription package that includes Apple Music, TV Plus, Arcade and iCloud storage services. The Apple One costs Rs 195 per month (for individuals) and Rs 365 per month (for families). Now Indian user can sign it up.

Apple One's individual plan includes Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade and 50GB iCloud storage. If you upgrade to Apple One Family you get 200GB of iCloud storage, and all the benefits can be shared with up to 6 family members as part of Family Sharing. A third tier is available in Australia, Canada, the UK and the US - the Apple One Premier (Rs 2,236 per month) - with Apple News Plus and the new Apple Fitness Plus (which is about to launch) and iCloud storage up to 2TB.

Sign-up for Apple One this way To sign-up

, go to the App Store, then tap on your profile picture. Then tap on Subscription. Then tap on 'Try it now' under 'Get Apple One'. You will now be able to take a free trial of Apple One for one month, you will have to pay to use it after one month.

Apple Music costs Rs 49 per month for students, Rs 99 per month for individual and Rs 149 per month for family (6 members). 99 per month for both Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade, which includes family sharing. For iCloud it is Rs 75 (50GB) per month, Rs 219 (200GB) per month and Rs 749 (2TB) per month. For both Apple News Plus and Apple Fitness Apple is Rs 745 per month, which includes family sharing. Save Rs 177 per month with Apple One Individual and Rs 201 per month with Apple One Family and Rs 1863 per month with Apple One Premier. This service is only available when you sign up for each service included in the subscription package.

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