Fri. Sep 25th, 2020

Why iPhone users may now want to cancel their Amazon Prime account

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Apple has launched a new subscription service to rival the likes of Amazon Prime.

And iPhone users who already fork out for things like Apple Music might want to consider cancelling their subscription.

The subscription offers access to music streaming, TV series and movies on-demand and cloud photo storage.

Similarly, Amazon bundles music streaming, unlimited cloud back-up for photos, and access to Amazon Prime video.

But if you have several Apple devices, and already have Apple bills stamped on your current account statement, you may just want to combine their services and pay one flat monthly fee.

On the flip side, if it’s the Amazon Prime unlimited next-day delivery you’re after, you may wish to stick with it. Apple isn't likely to offer a similar service.

But if you already have Apple products, it may seem like the logical subscription service to have.

If you have more than one Apple product, you’ll be able to enjoy your subscription across all of them – including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

Eddy Cue, Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, said: “Apple One makes enjoying Apple subscription services easier than ever, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, and more.

“With Apple One, you can access the best of Apple entertainment across all your favourite devices with one simple subscription.”

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There are three subscription tiers you can choose from.

Individual – £14.95 a month

  • Apple Music
  • Apple TV+
  • Apple Arcade
  • Apple iCloud 50GB

Family – £19.95 a month

  • Apple Music
  • Apple TV+
  • Apple Arcade
  • Apple iCloud 200GB

Premier – £29.95 a month

  • Apple Music
  • Apple TV+
  • Apple Arcade
  • Apple iCloud 2TB
  • Apple News+
  • Apple Fitness+ (Coming late 2020)
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Apple One also includes a 30-day free trial for any services that customers don’t already have.

It’s worth remembering that you’re not tied to the bundle you’ve picked for an entire year.

You can switch between Individual, Family and Premier, and you can also cancel at any time.

  • Amazon Prime
  • Apple Arcade
  • iPhone

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