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Apple Music revealed as free for EE customers

Existing users of the mobile network EE can now stream music from Apple Music for free. This deal is set to be in place for six months.

This offer allows monthly handset and SIM users to sign up to Apple’s streaming service without having to pay a penny.

According to reports, this offer is available to those who are users of Android or iOS, which includes iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S8.

Additionally, to the EE subscription, the mobile network provider is going to allow music to be streamed without gauging into people’s data allowance.

However, the company says that this offer, which is expected to last for six months, will not be available for those who have entered into similar offers in the past. Although these individuals can take advantage of the unlimited data offer.

Luckily for some, those who have an existing deal with Apple Music that’s not through EE, can swap to this free deal now available.

Music offers were launched by Apple Music in 2015, which offered fans the chance to listen to millions of songs for a £9.99 monthly fee.

The service also offers availability to radio stations such as Beats 1.

The service also offers exclusive and exciting new programming which includes P Diddy’s documentary “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop”, “Planet of the Apps” and “Carpool Karaoke” which is set to launch next month.

Since the Apple Music service was launched it has attracted over 27 million monthly subscribers. It is set to take over Spotify as the biggest music streaming service.

Speaking about the deal Marc Allera, CEO, EE said: “We’re delighted to extend our exclusive Apple Music offer to existing customers and allow them to download or stream all their favourite music on us.

“As the UK’s biggest and fastest 4G network, not only are we connecting friends and family in more places across the UK, but we are also providing them with access to the content they love.

“Whether it’s the soundtrack to a Sunday morning run or the daily commute to work, EE customers can now access and stream millions of songs, playlists and shows – our treat.”

The offer will be officially available from July 19th, with the availability for EE customers to sign via text or the mobile network providers app.

If customers do decide to sign up to the service, then they will have the option to cancel at any time. Although once the six months is up they will then be charged the subscription fee.