Apple Music subscription price for students raised in India and other countries

The cost for Apple Music plans for regular users such as Voice, Individual and Family plans remain unchanged.

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Apple has increased the price of Apple Music subscription for students in India and some other markets. The cost for Apple Music plans for regular users such as Voice, Individual and Family plans remain unchanged. 

Apple Music Student plan has received a 20% price hike in the country. It will now cost Rs 59 each month instead of Rs 49 a month. The new price is live on Apple’s website and the company is notifying customers via email about the price change in their subscribed plan. 

MacRumors reports that this change is not only limited to India but its price is raised in other regions as well including Australia, Indonesia, Israel, Kenya, Malaysia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, and the Philippines.

Apple Music Voice is the cheapest tier for Rs 49 per month, the Individual plan costs Rs 99 a month and the Family plan which gives access to up to 6 accounts is chargeable at Rs 149 per month. 

Apple Music Student plan is exclusively for college students to get a subscription to this service at a lower price. Users opting for the Students plan need to verify their University Discount through UniDays websites and add a valid payment method to their Apple ID. 

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