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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Introduces Apple One Subscription With Multiple Service Bundled Into A Single Plan

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) customers can now subscriber to Apple One bundles and access multiple services in a single plan. The bundles are available in the US and more than 100 countries with users accessing Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple Music, and iCloud, among other services.

Apple offering bundled subscription with Apple One

Users can access the bundle through App Store on iOS despite the company listing on its site that it will be “coming this fall.” On the App store on the account page, you can tap the profile icon on the top right and click subscriptions, where you can find the option of subscribing to the bundle. For customers that already have subscriptions, they will receive a pro-rated refund for duplicate services. This means that if you are already subscribed to a service like Apple Music for a full year, you will receive a refund for the remaining subscription.

The company has bundled the service into three tiers whose price ranges from $14.95 for the individual plan to $29.95 for the Premier plans. If you go for the Individual plan, you will receive Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade as well as 50GB of iCloud storage. The family plan goes for $19.95, which adds a family subscription to Apple Music and increases iCloud storage to 200GB. The final bundle is the Premier Plan, which costs $29.95, and it adds subscriptions to Apple’s upcoming Fitness+ service, Apple News+, and 2TB of iCloud storage. The Apple Fitness+ service is not available currently, but it will launch later in the quarter and costs around $9.99 per month as a standalone subscription

New bundles to save costs

When compared to subscribing for each service separately, you could save $6 per month for the Individual plan, and the family and Primer plans save $8 and $25, respectively. This will only apply if you were to subscribe to all the bundled services; therefore, the savings could be complicated for most individuals. Interestingly the Premier plan will be limited to the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia.

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