Apple bundles up services with new ‘Apple One’ subscription

Published September 16, 2020, 8:04 AM

by Jonathan Castillo

During the Time Flies event, Apple has announced the Apple One subscription, which comes in three options. The first one, priced at $14.95, approximately P740, a month, comes with Apple Music, TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 50GB iCloud storage.

The second option, called Family Plan is priced at $19.95 (about P980) a month, comes with everything from the first option, but with 200GB of iCloud storage and can be shared up to six people.

The final option, Premier, at $29.95 (about P1,500) a month, comes with everything from the Family Plan, including the sharing to six people, but includes Apple News Plus, Fitness Plus, and 2TB iCloud storage.

Normally, Apple Music costs $9.99, Apple TV and Apple Arcade at $5. iCloud storage starts with $0.99 for 50GB, $2.99 for 200GB, and $9.99 for 2TB.

If you do the math, you’ll be saving a little bit with the first option of Apple One. For the second option, you’re paying a little bit extra to be able to share up to six people.

The third option includes Apple News+ and Fitness+, each one is priced at $9.99. So you’d actually be getting more the Premier plan, if you use Apple News+ and the Fitness+.

Just to clarify these are prices set in US and doesn’t reflect global prices.