MTN offers customers 6 free months of Apple Music in South Africa

MTN South Africa has announced that it is offering customers access to an exclusive offer to get up to six months of Apple Music for free.

According to Mybroadbrand in South Africa, Apple Music usually costs R59.99 per month and is available on a month-to-month contract.

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Now, however, all MTN prepaid customers who are not already subscribed to Apple Music can sign up to three free months of Apple Music, while subscribers on MTN Sky, MTN Sky VIP and MTN Sky Black postpaid packages can get six free months of Apple Music.

This exclusive offer applies both to customers who are currently on these postpaid products, and those who sign up or upgrade to these products.

The company SA executive for corporate affairs Jacqui O’Sullivan said that “In a tough economic climate, we want to keep adding value for our customers, helping ease the pressure on their pockets, while also rewarding them for their loyalty to MTN,”

“We have made significant investments in our network to deliver the best coverage and speeds in the country and this added value will help keep our customers on our world-class network, connected to their favourite artists.”

Apple Music is accessible for all Apple devices such as iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Apple Mac computers, while users of Android devices, PCs, and Samsung TVs can also use this service.

60 million songs is available to users for streaming on the service without any adverts, or alternatively can download their favourite music for offline listening. You can access this offer by clicking here and following the steps on the MTN Apple Music website, or by dialling *130*686*6357.

MTN also recently announced it now offers a month-to-month payment option on its SIM-only packages. This requires no long-term contract lock-in, credit checks, or complicated paperwork.

“MTN Month-to-Month is available to anyone that either doesn’t want to be tied to a contract or who is unable to get a long-term contract due to not meeting minimum requirements,” 

The Executive Head for Corporate Affairs Jacqui O’Sullivan said the product was launched because customers want more flexibility.

“We developed this offer with freelancers, entrepreneurs, independent contractors, and part-time temporary workers, who live from contract to contract, in mind and we hope it can help alleviate some of the pressure being felt by so many right now,” O’Sullivan said.


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