Apple Music student pricing is now available in 32 countries

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Apple Music is now among the most used music streaming services in the world. Apple has always been putting excellent updates of its music app in a hope that Apple Music surpasses all the competitors including Spotify and Google Play Music. Apple Music has now more than 17 million paying subscribers despite its one-year availability.


Apple is now charging 9.99 USD per month for individual plans and 14.99 USD per month for family plans up to six people. Apple Music features the internet radio station Beats 1, which offers live music to over 100 countries and Connect, a blog platform which allows artists to share their posts, voices and soundtracks with their subscriber worldwide.

This year, Apple offers great Apple Music deals for students. Cupertino-based Company today rolled out student pricing for its streaming music service in 25 additional countries. Accordingly, Apple reduces the price of Apple subscription by almost 50 percent if you are a university or college student in supported regions in the world.

If you are interested in the offer, you can subscribe now. However, make sure that you have verified your student status through UNiDAYS before you can sign up for Apple Music Student Membership, which can last up to four years. Besides, your university or college must be a part of the program to use the service.

The new countries include Apple’s major markets like China and India. Others include Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, Finland, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and the United Arab Emirates.

Previously, Apple Music was made available in the United States, Australia, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom when Apple debuted the student program back in May 2016.

According to experts, a lower pricing may help Apple attract more users to their Apple Music. Besides, Apple reportedly reduces Apple Music subscription fees by 20 percent, which might results in more pressure on Apple’s competitor, Spotify.

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