In the US, Canada, and the UK, Apple Music's Student tier now costs more.


Major music streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music all provide active students with verification with a lower tier plan. Apple has discreetly increased the price for the student-tier of Apple Music in the US, Canada, and the UK, as noticed by a 9to5Mac reader.

The price will rise from $4.99 to $5.99 in the US and Canada, and from GBP 4.99 to GBP 5.99 in the UK. This comes after Apple Music increased the cost of its student plans in numerous other nations in Africa, Asia Pacific, and Oceania a few weeks ago.

The $4.99 cost of Apple's Music Voice Plan will not change. With this subscription, customers may only access Apple Music by telling Siri to play certain songs on an Apple device. Standard solo and family plans for Apple Music are still available for $9.99 and $14.99, respectively.

We wouldn't be shocked if Spotify and YouTube Music raise their student plans in response to Apple's recent increase in student fees. 

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