EE has revealed that it will offer new and upgrading customers six months' free access to Apple Music, marking the first time any network in the UK has struck such a deal with the US tech giant.
The offer is valid for people buying new iPhones, as well as anyone buying a new Android phone. Those taking out SIM–only deals will qualify for free access to Apple Music too.
Starting from September 1st, anyone who takes out an EE contract or buys a phone from the network will be able to stream tracks over 4G or Wi–Fi and download their favourites for offline playback using the Apple Music app.
After six months, a monthly fee of £9.99 will be payable, although this can be cancelled at any time without penalty.
The offer doubles the length of Apple’s standard three-month trial and comes as the gadget-maker prepares a major overhaul of its Spotify rival.
Back in June it revealed a redesigned service with a simpler look and improved navigation.
The update will be available as part of its new iOS 10 software, which is due for release in September.
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