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Apple gives Apple TV+ to students with an Apple Music subscription

Apple TV+ is the new service of series of Apple that is released next November 1, will have a price of 4.99 euros per month and they will be able to enjoy it up to 6 people at the same time. Apple wants it to succeed and that is why it is making some very interesting special offers, if you buy a device from the company you will have Apple TV+ free for one year . But now it has been revealed that all students who are Apple Music subscribers will also be able to enjoy Apple TV+ for free .

The Apple Music offer to students was launched a few years ago, thanks to which all those users who are studying can enjoy Apple Music at half the price, that is, 4.99 euros per month . Now all of them will also be able to enjoy Apple TV+ without having to pay more.

Apple gives Apple TV+ to students with an Apple Music subscription
Apple gives Apple TV+ to students with an Apple Music subscription

This is a rather tempting offer with which Apple wants to capture the attention of many young users. The price of Apple Music is 9.99 euros per month and Apple TV+ is 4.99 euros per month. Thanks to this new package, students will pay only 4.99 euros per month instead of almost 15 euros for both services .

The news was revealed on Instagram, in the profile of Hailee Steinfeld, p star of the Apple TV+ series Dickinson . Although the details are not yet clear, Apple will probably detect that you have an Apple Music subscription as a student and allow you to view all Apple TV+ content.

However, because the student subscription is valid for one person only, the free Apple TV+ subscription may not be compatible with Family Sharing , so it will not be available to 6 people. Even so, it is a very interesting offer that will make the thousands of students who enjoy Apple Music for only 4.99 euros per month quite happy.

We have already talked about the fact that these packs with different services could be a possibility for Apple to use in the future , although at the moment the record companies are against it, this could be the first step.