Back in August we heard that Apple Music has 11 million subscribers and now according to a recent report, Apple’s new music streaming service has hit 15 million subscribers.
When Apple Music launched the company offered a free trial of the service for the first three months, the free trial will end on the 30th of September.
It will be interesting to see how many subscribers Apple’s Music streaming service has at the end of the three month trial, there is now free option for the service, so the 15 million users of the service will have two choices when the trial ends.
They can either cancel their subscription or they can start paying Apple a monthly fee, it will be interesting to see how many people Apple can convert into paid subscribers.
According to the New York Post around half of the 15 million subscribers have not turned off the auto pay feature for Apple Music, which means many of these could be converted into paid subscribers on the 30th of September.
Apple charges a monthly fee of $9.99 for a single account and $14.99 for a family account on their music streaming service.
As soon as we get some more details on exactly how many of those 15 million users of the Apple Music service intend to pay for the service we will let you guys know. If you have been using the free trial, leave a comment below and let us know if you intend to pay for a subscription or cancel it when the trial is up at the end of the month.