Apple extended its price for music students to 82 new Apple area by the end of the month, including Israel, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal and Taiwan, according to René Emor of the two pens. The discount offers 50 percent of the usual subscription price.
The offer was already available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Germany, Australia and New Zealand since 2016, but now Apple has expanded its reach to include “almost every country where Apple Music is available,” a spokesperson for Apple due to Engadget. The discount extends to 79 new locations today, along with three other locations on February 26.
To qualify for the pricing of students, students will have to register with Oonidaas, which is achieved with the universities that the student is actually enrolled in (no, your account. Your age of your days in college is not going to make the cut). The reduced price is available for up to 48 months (or when Unidis recognizes that you are no longer a student), and then users will have to pay the full price.