EE iPhone Pay Monthly Customers To Receive Six Months Free Apple News+

EE today announced customers can now enjoy hundreds of the world’s best magazines and newspapers anytime, anywhere, by signing up for an exclusive offer of up to six months of Apple News+, for free. Customers can enjoy Apple News+ across iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Apple News+ is a premium subscription service offering hundreds of popular magazines and leading newspapers for £9.99 per month. Apple News+ subscribers can access the best and most relevant articles to meet any range of interests from renowned British and US publications. In addition, Apple News+ includes collections of articles and featured issues curated by Apple News editors and personalised recommendations. 

The offer from EE will be available to new and existing EE customers with a monthly iPhone handset plan, or eligible SIM-only voice and data plan. Once activated, EE customers will have full access to Apple News+ and can access their favourite titles over mobile or Wi-Fi, or download issues for offline reading, as well as on iPad and Mac.

EE’s award-winning 4G network, available in more places than any other, will allow customers to make the very most from Apple News+ content when out and about. EE’s Apple News+ offer also comes in addition to all EE pay monthly mobile customers being eligible for six months free Apple Music with the data on EE. Further details on Apple Music from EE is available at ee.co.uk/applemusic 

Marc Allera, CEO of BT’s consumer division, said: “Through our long-established work with Apple, we continue to offer EE customers a best-in-class, connected Apple experience across iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Apple Music. Now customers can get the powerful new iPhone SE on an EE Smart plan, and we’re adding six months free access to Apple News+, so they can keep up to date with the very latest news and premium magazine content at home or on the move, all via our superfast 4G network.”

To find out more about how to sign up for Apple News+ on EE, and for further information, customers should visit EE.co.uk

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