Apple is expanding its Apple Music student discount pricing to 82 new countries before the end of the months, including Israel, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, and Taiwan, as indicated by iMore’s Rene Ritchie. The discount offers 50 percent off the standard subscription price.
82 new regions (79 today, 3 more on Feb. 26) are adding Apple Music student memberships this month, including Israel, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Taiwan.
If you’re a UNiDAYS verified student in one of the new regions, get yourself to:https://t.co/qaNGo94nsT
— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) February 12, 2018
The offer had just been accessible in the US, UK, Denmark, Ireland, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand since 2016, yet now Apple is bringing it to “almost every one of the nations where Apple Music is available,” as indicated by the statement from an Apple Spokesperson given to Engadget. The discount extends to 79 new areas today, with three more getting it on February 26th.
To qualify for the student pricing, students should enlist with UNiDAYS, which checks with universities that a student is actually actively enrolled. The reduced cost is accessible for up to four years (or at whatever point UNiDAYS perceives that you’re no longer a student), after which users will pay the regular price.