After raising the Apple Music Student plan cost in several countries last month, including India, New Zealand and Isreal, Apple is now doing the same in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K.
In Canada, the plan cost has been hiked up to $5.99/month from $4.99/month. Similarly, in the United States and the United Kingdom, the student plan now costs $5.99 and £5.99 instead of $4.99 and £4.99, respectively.
It appears as though the change in price has taken place in the last 24 to 48 hours, and while it doesn’t seem much, it might deter students from joining or continuing their membership, and instead, migrate to services like Spotify, which still offers its student plan for $4.99 in Canada.
Apple Music Student is $6 now? When was this change made? pic.twitter.com/SKRKPuFgzY
— Michael Burkhardt (@tme_michael) June 23, 2022
While Apple normally informs its customers in case there is a change in price in an active subscription, U.S., U.K., and Canadian Apple Music Student Plan subscribers seem to have received no notice yet.
Don’t want to continue your subscription with Apple? Check out the story below to find out which music streaming app might be right for you:
What music streaming app is right for you?
Everyone subscribes to a streaming music platform nowadays and for the most part, when I look around, I only see people using Spotify or Apple Music. This makes sense since these are easily the two most popular music streaming services. But there are a lot of other platforms out there that may be worth it depending on how you listen to music.
This article is a quick way to stack up how these apps compare to one another and which one is likely to work the best for you.