Streaming service Apple TV+ has significantly reduced the price of its subscription. From now on you will pay 9.99 euros per month, which is at least three euros more than was the case previously.
Why is this important?Live streaming and other services have become an increasing part of our lives in recent years, making it hard to imagine not having them anymore. However, all of these services are becoming an increasing burden on our budget, especially since one price rise seems to follow one another. This includes last year Apple music And Spotify It became more expensive. Disney+ Which in turn has increased subscription costs in the US, although this has not yet been implemented in Europe. And also Netflix It is reportedly planning to increase prices soon.
In the news: Apple TV+ has announced a worldwide subscription price increase. This streaming service will now cost €9.99 per month, instead of €6.99. “We are focused on providing the best possible experiences for our customers by continually adding high-quality, innovative entertainment, content, and features to our services,” Apple said in a statement.
- With the new price increase, Apple TV+ has become at least twice as expensive in just one year. When the streaming service launched four years ago, you barely paid €4.99 a month. In October 2022, this amount increased to €6.99 per month and now you pay €9.99 per month.
- The price increase takes effect immediately for new subscribers. Existing customers will be notified personally when they have to pay more.
What can you watch on Apple TV+? During its four years of existence, Apple TV+’s catalog has grown in earnest. Their most famous series is without a doubt Ted Lasso. You will also find there, among others Chemistry lessons, Crowded room, Morning show, to kidnap And documentaries about it Selena Gomez And Lionel Messi. The streaming service also focuses heavily on prestige films, e.g Moonflower Killers And Napoleon.
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