Looks like Verizon intends to introduce the iPhone 14 and will be the first U.S. carrier to provide free Apple One as a benefit with a qualifying plan.
The most costly Verizon “5G Get More” unlimited data plan, which costs $90 a month for a single user, is likely to include Apple One. Apple Music, the choice of Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass, Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage, and other free bonuses are already included in the fully-loaded package. It’s unclear whether current customers would obtain Apple One or if the promotion is just available to new customers.
Verizon is likely to offer Apple One’s individual plan, which typically costs $14.95 per month and includes Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and iCloud+ with 50GB of storage, following the lead of British carrier EE.
Although the specific timing of Verizon’s publication of this information is unknown, the carrier is most likely to do so in September in conjunction with Apple’s release of the iPhone 14 variants. The iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, and other products are anticipated to be unveiled by Apple on September 7 at an event held at Steve Jobs Theater. The gadgets are anticipated to go on sale in the United States and many other nations on September 16.
In advance of the holiday shopping season, Verizon may be able to draw customers by including the Apple One with an applicable plan. The transaction may also help Apple’s services division, which generated $19.6 billion in revenue in the June quarter, setting a record for the corporation and ranking second only to iPhone sales in terms of revenue.
via - MacRumors
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