How To Get Free Subscription Of Apple Music

Get Free Subscription Of Apple Music

Want to kick off your holiday season with some awesome deals? How to get free Apple Music subscription for the first six months of the year? Wait! what!!! Generally, Apple Music offers a 90-day free trial, however, you can almost double the mark duration with these neat tricks.

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You can take advantage of these offers, whether you are currently a subscriber to Apple Music or are planning to shift from another app. In the spirit of the holiday season, let us not make you wait and reveal the ways.

How To Get Free Subscription Of Apple Music For Six Months

There are two ways to get a free membership, one of which is a limited period offer. While Verizon offers a free subscription to Apple Music throughout the year, Shazam offers a limited period deal. Shazam, part of its Christmas special deal, offers a free subscription to Apple Music until the end of 2019.

Use Shazam To Claim Free Apple Music Subscription For Six Months

Shazam is a popular app that can identify songs playing in the background. Also owned by Apple, the app now offers a subscription to Apple's music service as a Christmas gift for new and regular users.

While new users can use Apple Music for up to six months, regular users get up to three months. Although the app is available worldwide, the deal is valid only for users in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.

Step 1. Download the Shazam app on your iPhone or iPad, and open once installed.

Step 2. Tap on the Library tab on the top-left corner of the screen.

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Step 3. Tap on Try Now on the ad here.

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Note: If you are not a new Shazam user, click on any song in the new section. Tap "Open in Apple Music" then follow the instructions given below.

Step 4. Click on "Try It Free" to proceed.

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Step 5. Tap Redeem from the top-right corner.

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Now you will be redirected to a new page. Here, the final length of your free trial will be announced, with it ending. In particular, if you continue, the monthly subscription fee will be deducted from the account after the due date.

Special tip: Before you leave, set a reminder for the expiration date. Therefore, you can decide in time whether to continue or cancel an Apple Music subscription.

How To Start 6 Months Free Subscription To Apple Music Via Verizon

Verizon offers a six-month trial to customers of selected plans. Go Unlimited or The Verizon Plan Unlimited Smartphone customers can avail Apple Music for six months.

To activate your Apple Music subscription, go to on your desktop or mobile browser. You can also use the My Verizon app, choose "Add-ons" under the "Account" section. Once you get started, you will receive a text message with a link to download or open the Apple Music app. Follow the instructions to activate your membership.

What If You Are Already An Apple Music Subscriber

If you are new to Apple Music, it is quite simple; Just link your existing Apple ID or create a new one. However, if I am already a subscriber, will I not get Apple Music free for six months. Of course, you can, all you have to do is cancel the current subscription through the settings.

If your subscription period is still running, you can add the balance to your account with iTunes Pass. Regular Shazam users will also have to disconnect Apple Music from the app's settings.

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Have a Happy Holidays !!!

Music is food for your soul! And Apple Music is among the restaurants that serve exceptionally tasty, comforting and affordable food. Just like we don't pass free music, don't miss this chance to get free subscription for 6 months of Apple Music.

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