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Singtel launches ‘data-free’ Apple Music service

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Singtel is collaborating with Apple to launch the first date-free tie up with Apple Music in Singapore, offering a service to post-paid mobile customers for a subscription fee of S$9.98 per month.

The telco says new and re-contracting customers who sign up for the service will enjoy six months free with no minimum contract.  

“We’re excited that this latest collaboration with Apple will allow Singtel customers to be the first in Singapore to experience data-free Apple Music,” said Yuen Kuan Moon, chief executive of Consumer Singapore at Singtel.

“Our customers will have the freedom to stream or download music entertainment on our superior network, without taking a byte off their monthly mobile data allowance. We will continue to forge partnerships to bring our customers the very best from around the world, be it content, services or the latest devices.”

Moon says Apple Music offers subscribers an “incredible catalogue” of more than 45 million songs, combined with their entire iTunes library, which consumers can stream or download for offline listening all ad-free.

Under the new offering, subscribers can also create their own playlists or discover new ones curated by Apple Music, and share music with their friends. In addition, listeners will also get a daily mix of recommended music based on their preferences, can listen to radio stations from every genre, and watch exclusive music videos, documentaries and concerts from their favourite artists.

Apple Music also includes Beats 1, a global livestream of radio shows and Singtel’s data-free Apple Music is available on iOS and Android devices, including Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular).

To access the new service, Singtel customers can sign up at Singtel Shops island-wide in Singapore or at singtel.com/datafreeapplemusic.


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