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Apple will increase costs for streaming services like Apple TV+

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Apple plans to increase costs customers pay for streaming services the tech company provides. This includes Apple TV+.

Apple will increase streaming services costs like Apple TV+

This includes Music, Apple TV+, and the bundle available called AppleOne.

The announcement was made on Monday.

How much will streaming services be with the increase?

According to My Twin Tiers, Apple TV+ previously cost $4.99 per month. Now it will be $6.99 each month. Music will now be $10.99 per month, up from $9.99.

Apple said the increase for their music service was due to an increase in licensing costs as well as the rollout of innovative features.

The bundle package provides extra storage and an Arcade gaming service. That was $14.95 per month and will now be $16.95 each month.

Apple is not the only streaming service that’s increasing costs

Apple TV+ was one of the cheapest streaming services on the market. Other cheaper services include Peacock which is $4.99 per month and Discovery+ which is also $4.99.

Other major apps that were more expensive will remain more expensive as they raise their prices.

Netflix raised their monthly expenses by $1 or $2 depending on the plan with the most expensive being $9.99. Next month there will be an ad supported plan that could lower the cost.

Disney announced that they would be raising prices as well when they add their ad supported plan this December. August saw an increase in cost for ESPN+ while October saw Hulu go up in price.

Amazon Prime’s annual subscription rose in price back in February.

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