Apple Music free trial almost over for launch day subscribers

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – If you signed up for the free trial of Apple Music on day one, your free trial is almost up.

Back on June 30th, Apple began offering the subscription based music app with a three month free trial.

Subscribers that signed up on June 30th, that trial ends on September 30th.

If you decide to keep Apple Music, you will be charged $9.99 per month for an individual subscription…or $14.99 for a family.

If you don’t want to be charged, it’s easy to unsubscribe.

On your iPhone, go to settings > App and iTunes Store > click on your Apple ID > click view Apple ID >  scroll down until you see subscriptions and tap manage > click Apple Music membership > make your changes there.

Now, if you signed up for the free trial after June 30th, you still have time.

Follow those same steps, and it will show when your free trial is over.

For more information on Apple Music, click here. 

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