Six Months Free Apple Music on Verizon

About a week ago, Verizon however announced a new and virtually a close partnership with Apple.

The first phase of their alliance is pretty much exciting because if you’re a Verizon customer, you will definitely get a six months free of Apple Music. That is if you’re on one of the carrier’s current postpaid unlimited data plans. Actually, not much details were shared by Verizon when it was first announced but it is available for sign up.

meanwhile, Apple Music’s free six months is open to both current and new as well as former subscribers of Apple’s premium music service.
Therefore in order to begin your free six months immediately, follow these steps:
• Visit on your website browser, On your phone, open my Verizon app, then go to account, and then Add-ons. Up top (where it says Your Add-ons, Peace of Mind, and Essential Services), swipe left and then you’ll see the Entertainment category. The Apple Music deal can be found there.

• Pick the line you want to associate the free trial (each of the unlimited line on your account can independently redeem the offer) and go through a few screens confirmation• After confirming the last one, Verizon will then send a text to you confirming the immediate start of your six-month trial.• The text will contain a link to ‘’. When you open this link on your phone, you’ll be taken to the Apple Music app, which will validate, automatically that you’ve signed up for the deal with Verizon. Then tap “continue” on the screen at the bottom and you’ll quickly enter your iTunes / App Store password.

That’s all however, If you’re new to Apple Music or perhaps you’re rejoining, you’ll also go through the process of choosing your favorite genres and artists. Meanwhile you should have it in mind that; You’ll be charged $9.99 per month once the six-month free trial runs out. Also take note that, when leaving the normal process, you’re part of the Verizon deal, it however seems that you cannot cancel Apple Music through the app itself because It doesn’t show up in your (Apple ID’s) subscriptions list.

That means you will have to end the service through Verizon.
Meanwhile, Apple Music is available both on iOS and on Android. It is just like Spotify, because it offers an on-demand music playback and personalized playlists. Apple Music will also upload tracks automatically from your PC’s iTunes library that means, you can listen to them at anywhere.