Apple Music was announced at WWDC last week and Apple only revealed the US pricing for their streaming service, which is $9.99 for a single subscription and $14.99 for a family subscription and now it looks like we have some details on the Apple Music price in the UK.
Details on the Apple Music price in the UK have been discovered in iOS 8.4 beta and a single subscription to the service will cost £9.99 where as the family subscription will cost £14.99.
We also have some details on the Apple Music price in Europe, a single subscription will cost €9.99 and a family subscription will cost €14.99.
Whilst there is some difference between the Apple Music price in the UK and the US, the UK price includes VAT and the US price does not include sales tax, which varies by state.
Apple Music will launch later this month and Apple are giving anyone who signs up to the service a free three month trial. The company is obviously hoping that after the three months trial users will end up being paying subscribers.
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