Apple extends Apple TV + free trial period again

The majority of Apple TV + users have benefited from the free trial period that the company granted since the launch of the platform in 2019. And they will be able to continue doing so for a few more months. As has been disclosed, Apple is again extending the period for 1-year free trials of Apple TV +.

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Apple TV + trial period is extended for 2019 users.

In this way, anyone with an Apple TV + subscription you can enjoy this extension until July 2021. It is believed that the delays in the recordings of some programs could be the main reason for this decision.

Apple TV + will be free for a few more months

Customers who took advantage of the “free year” offer when the service was first launched, will have earned a total of 9 additional months of free access to original Apple movies and shows, counting the two extensions.

The first TV + extension was announced in October and postponed the first wave of free trial renewals until February. The new extension means that Anyone who has not yet canceled their subscription will now be able to use it for free for an additional six months, until July 2021.

In case there is any doubt, Apple will notify all eligible customers of the extension via email in the coming weeks. Like last time, the company will compensate existing subscribers with credit repayments as follows.

All subscribers who have paid for the monthly Apple TV + plan since January 15, will receive a store credit of 4.99 euros for the period from February to June, offsetting the cost of your subscription. The same will happen for those who pay for the subscription of the package Apple One.

Apple does not skimp on promoting its streaming service. With this round of extensions, you will also be able to expand the content offer of Apple TV + and increase the value proposition of the service, with new series and movies, as well as the second seasons of its most popular programs; like Ted Lasso, For All Mankind, Dickinson and Servant.

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