Last week, Verizon announced that it would be giving away six free months of Apple Music to customers on its Unlimited plan, and now it goes into effect. Anyone on one of Verizon’s three ambiguously-named unlimited plans — that’s Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Above Unlimited! — can get six free months of Apple Music.
Best of all, it’s not a trial that’s limited to people that don’t already use Apple Music. If you’re a current or lapsed Apple Music subscriber, you get six free months of service, which at $8.99 a month, adds up to some worthwhile savings.
To immediately begin your free six months, follow these steps:
On the web: Visit vzw.com/applemusic
On mobile: Open the My Verizon app, go to account, and then Add-ons. Up top (where it says Your Add-ons, Peace of Mind, and Essential Services), swipe left and you’ll see the Entertainment category. That’s where the Apple Music deal can be found.
Choose the line you want to associate the free trial with — each unlimited line on your account can independently redeem the offer — and go through a few confirmation screens.
When you confirm the last one, Verizon will send you a text confirming the immediate start of your six-month trial.
That text will contain a link to applemusic.com/carrier. Open this on your phone. You’ll get bounced over to the Apple Music app, which automatically validates that you’ve signed up for the deal with Verizon. Tap “continue” on the screen below and you’ll be prompted to enter your iTunes / App Store password.
That’s it! If you’re new to Apple Music (or rejoining), you’ll go through the onboarding process of choosing your favorite genres and artists.
Extra Tips: How to Keep Apple Music Playable after Free Trial
As we all know, Apple Music is a streaming music service. The subscribers can get access to Apple Music’s entire catalogue, but don’t actually own the music they listen to. Though they can save tracks to listen to offline within subscription, once they cancel Apple Music subscription, they’ll lose access to all of the songs.
Wonder if there is a way to keep the downloaded music from Apple Music when the six-month free trial is over? Then you come to the right place, here you meet NoteBurner iTunes DRM Audio Converter, a powerful yet easy-to-use Apple Music DRM removal tool that can help Apple Music users strip DRM restriction from Apple Music streams while converting the locked songs from M4P to MP3, FLAC, AAC or WAV format at 10X speed. With the help of this powerful tool, you can easily download songs from Apple Music to MP3 or other widely-used formats, and then keep them forever even if the free trial is end.
The following is the detailed tutorial to guide you to remove DRM from Apple Music songs. Please download NoteBurner Apple Music Converter first before getting started.
Step 1: Add Apple Music Songs
Launch NoteBurner Apple Music Converter and click the button “+” to add music, it will pop up a window, which will show you all of songs you have downloaded from Apple Music. You can choose any song you want to convert.
Step 2: Choose Output Format
After the successful adding, please click the button “Setting” to choose the output format as you need, in the pop-up window, you can choose output path, output format, and even the conversion speed. WAV, AAC, MP3, and FLAC are available to choose.
Step 3: Convert Apple Music to MP3
After completing the above steps, the final one is clicking the button “Convert“. Just a few second, it will succeed.
After conversion, click the “History” button in the main interface to find the output audio. Now, all the converted music is DRM-free, you can keep them on your device forever and enjoy on multiple devices without restriction.
What’s next? Download NoteBurner Apple Music Converter now!