What you need to know
- New subscribers to Apple News+ can get three months for free.
- Users can subscribe for the offer through Monday, November 30.
Apple usually offers a one month free trial for new users of its Apple News+ subscription service but, for a limited time, new subscribers can get triple that. The company announced on its Apple News Twitter account that new subscribers to Apple News+ will get three months of service for free if they sign up between today and Monday, November 30.
For a limited time, get Apple News+ free for 3 months. You'll get: * World-class journalism from sources you trust * Full magazine issues, cover to cover * The week's best audio stories, hand-picked and expertly narrated, on your iPhone
Apple News+ gives users access to over one-hundred magazines covering a range of different topics like technology, lifestyle, sports, food, and travel. Some notable magazines on the service include National Geographic, Wired, and Rolling Stone.
The service also includes some newspapers like The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. Users can also enjoy audio stories which take some of the best stories of the week and turns them into audio versions for enjoying on your car ride or just hanging around the house.
Apple News+ normally costs $9.99 per month or is included in the Premier tier of Apple One, Apple's subscription bundle service, which costs $29.95 per month. It is currently available in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. You can redeem the offer through the Apple News website.
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