- EE new and upgrading pay monthly iOS and Android customers in the UK to receive six months of Apple Music free
- Unique offer launched with a multi-million pound advertising campaign featuring Kevin Bacon and Britney Spears
EE is launchingÃ‚Â an exclusive offer that includes six months of Apple Music membership for new and upgrading EE pay monthly customers.
This marks the first time that a UK operator has offered Apple Music to its customer base. The offer will be available to new and upgrading EE customers taking a pay monthly iOS or Android handset plan or SIM only planÃ‚Â from 1 September.
Once registered, customers will be able to use their free six-month Apple Music offer on their EE mobile, as well as on iPad, Apple TV, Mac and PC.
Customers will have full access to Apple Music and can either stream their favourite songs over 4G or WiFi, or download for offline playback.
The Apple Music offer will be launched with a multi-channel, multi-million pound advertising campaign, which will feature Kevin Bacon and Britney Spears.
Marc Allera, CEO, EE, said:
Ã¢â‚¬Å“WeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re delighted to be the first UK operator to offer Apple Music, with its incredible catalogue of songs,Ã‚Â playlists,Ã‚Â and Beats 1 radio. As the UKÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s biggest and fastest network, our focus is on bringing our customers the best 4G coverage in the most places. But we also look to bring our customers services from the best companies in the world.
In Apple Music there is no doubt that we have found that, and together weÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll provide customers with an outstanding music experience on the biggest and fastest mobile network in the UK.Ã¢â‚¬Â
This offer is available from 1 September to EE customers on new and upgrading pay monthly handset or SIM only plans using iOS and Android devices. Apple Music is available for free for the first six months and then charged at Ã‚Â£9.99 per month. Customers can cancel their service at any time.
To be the first to find out how to sign up for the offer, and for further information, customers should register their interest at here.