Apple is turning its attention a great deal towards India as the company has launched its Apple One subscription service in the country. The service from Apple comes in a bundle that includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and iCloud storage.
The Indian users can avail the subscription at just Rs 195 per month. At the same time, the pricing is fixed at $15 for the users in the US. Apple has launched the family plan of Apple One at Rs 365 per month. The service is now live in the Southeast Asian country. The individual plan offers 5GB of iCloud storage while the family plan offers 200GB of storage.
On its website, Apple wrote: “Apple One services work across your Apple devices, including iPhone and iPod touch with iOS 14 or later, iPad with iPadOS 14 or later, Apple TV with tvOS 14 or later and Mac with macOS Big Sur or later,” the website said.
Apple has although not launched its Premier tier plans in India. It remains exclusively for its users in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia.
To subscribe to Apple One, one needs to sign up for the service. Head over to Apple App Store, then click on the profile picture. Users will have to then click on Subscriptions and click on the “Try it now” option under ‘Get Apple One.’
Last month, Apple opened its online retail store in India.
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