How Do I Change My Apple Music Plan

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Apple Music is a music and video streaming service Apple blessed us with. Users can simply choose music to stream to their device on-demand, or listen to playlists. The service is also home to Internet radio station Beats 1, which is available in more than one hundred nations throughout the day.

The service was launched on June 30, 2015, in more than 100 nations globally and every new subscriber receives a 3-month free trial period before they begin to pay for their subscription every month. Initially known to be a music service, Apple Music started embracing video four years ago as part of its plan to become a cultural platform.

If you did not know, Apple Music offers various plans at several price points, including a student plan and a family plan. The student plan is discounted while the Family plan lets about six people share one account. And fortunately for you, if you choose one plan and later decide that you want to register for another, you can switch easily.

To make this work, you will have to make use of the Settings application on your iPhone or iPad. Always remember that users can only share the Family Plan with six people, including themselves. And to register for the student plan, a valid college or university ID is required. See How Do I Change My Apple Music Plan?:

How To Change Your Apple Music Plan?

  • On your iOS device, launch the Settings app and click your name at the top of the page. It will grant you access to your Apple ID profile.
  • Click “Subscriptions.”
Change My Apple Music Plan
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  • On the next page, you will be allowed to choose your new plan. When you select one, confirming will be needed and that can be done when you sign in to your Apple ID or use your Touch or Face ID. If you choose the student plan, you will be sent to a page where you will need to verify your university enrollment.
Change My Apple Music Plan?
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