Apple One may be available to Verizon subscribers at the launch of the iPhone 14


In September, perhaps in time for the release of the iPhone 14, Verizon is apparently preparing to offer customers Apple One as a free benefit with qualifying plans.

Users are expected to select the fourteen point ninety-five dollar per month individual plan, which comes with iCloud with 50GB of storage, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, and Apple TV+.

The offer will be a part of Verizon’s top-tier “5G Get More” plan, according to a report. For a single user, the Get More plan costs ninety dollars per month.

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Additional benefits of the 5G Get More package include Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Google Play Pass, Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage, and unlimited bandwidth.

When Verizon will reveal the strategy is not yet known. Additionally, it’s not obvious if the deal would be extended to current subscribers, if it would serve as a sign-on incentive for new ones, or if it would necessitate the purchase of an iPhone 14 in some way.

Apple has released a new commercial praising Apple One.

The Apple Watch Series 8 and the iPhone 14 series are expected to be unveiled during Apple’s upcoming “Far Out” presentation on September 7.

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