Apple Music Family Plan How does it work?

In Greenpois0n Apple Music it has been a topic fire in almost every week since its launch, tips deciding whether to use Apple Music or Spotify and all the answers to the questions you have, but now analyzing the strategy of Apple Music, family plan is not for everyone, just not everyone has a credit card, and share your service apart but everything is on your card, all you buy others.



Surely you have the idea of sharing Apple Music with friends and have the lowest rate in the market for streaming music service. But there is a problem this payment method may not be the most suitable for you.

Before Apple Music is allowed to run in families six people you had different Apple IDs but connected to only one credit card, something like a family plan and thus purchases iTunes, iBooks and apps from the App Store they are charged to a one credit card, but each with separate accounts.

Apple Music if you and your group of friends want a family plan of Apple Music, and they do, all purchases made will be charged to one credit card. If you buy an app, you will be charged to the person in charge of the account, who put a card and also be notified of the purchases you make. This program is designed for families, but not for everyone.


Key points:

  • The family plan is not for everyone, just not everyone has a credit card, and share your service apart but everything is on your card, all you buy others.
  • Surely you have the idea of sharing Apple Music with friends and have the lowest rate in the market for streaming music service.
  • Before Apple Music is allowed to run in families six different Apple IDs but you had connected to a single credit card.
  • Apple Music if you and your group of friends want a family plan of Apple Music, and they do, all purchases made will be charged to one credit card.


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