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Network operators have been routinely packaging their Pay Monthly deals with various free entertainment packs to let customers have more reasons to stick to their deals. Vodafone has been offering Spotify and Now TV Passes for a while and EE itself offered free access to the exclusive BT Sports App for six months to all existing and new EE Pay Monthly customers.
After the six month free trial of Apple Music expires, you will need to pay the usual subscription fee of £9.99 a month with your mobile bill. The move may be beneficial to both EE as well as Apple given that Apple Music may help Cupertino extend its foothold in the country at the expense of rival streaming services like Spotify.
Apple Music, which now has over 15 million paid subscribers, has also undergone a design overhaul. It now features a Black and white theme where only colours of albums and tracks will show up. The new design will also let you play music, access controls and view lyrics on the same page. The 'For You' category now includes Discovery Mix which contains songs picked just for you, including recently played ones and daily curated playlists. The new Browse feature will let you search for new music, curated lists, top charts and Beats1 Radio will let you listen to featured shows and upcoming shows as well.
EE sweetens the deal for customers with free BT Sports app offer
With free access to the BT Sports app as well as to Apple Music for six months, EE's upcoming Pay Monthly contracts will offer you a lot more than just minutes and data, and with EE regularly outperforming other operators in terms of call quality, download and upload speeds as well as network coverage across UK, your live-streaming and multi-media consumption on the network could be better than on other networks.