Apple has notified subscribers of its Apple TV Plus streaming service that they’ll proceed to get refund credit on their accounts till June, following a second extension of its free trial program earlier this month, 9 to 5 Mac reported.
Apple prolonged the free year-long trials of Apple TV Plus to prospects till July 2021. The trials had been included with the acquisition of any Apple gadget (an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV) and had been initially set to final till November 1st, 2020. This was the second extension; an earlier extension had pushed again the free trial finish date to February, permitting customers who began a free trial between November 2019 and June 2020 to rise up to 5 months of further entry totally free.
However earlier than Apple issued the primary extension of the free trial, some customers had switched to paid subscription standing within the meantime, and Apple gave these prospects refund credit. It’s doing the identical factor for the second extension. 9 to five Mac says affected subscribers are being suggested through electronic mail that they’ll obtain month-to-month credit of $4.99 (or the native equal) to their Apple accounts, which shall be routinely utilized for every month the subscriber is charged between February and June. The credit can be utilized towards App Retailer purchases.