Verizon Unlimited customers get six months of Apple Music for free

Today Apple and Verizon have announced a new partnership that will net you six months of Apple Music for free if you subscribe to one of the carrier’s Unlimited plans.

The deal is going to become available on August 16. You will need to sign up for it, so it won’t automatically be added to your account. The good news is that both new and current Verizon customers can access it, as long as you have one of the Unlimited plans.

Once registered, you’ll get the full Apple Music experience that lets you stream more than 45 million songs anytime via 4G or Wi-Fi, or even download for offline playback, and of course with no ads. For those six months you’ll be able to use Apple Music on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, HomePod, CarPlay, PC, or Android device.

To enjoy the same benefits afterwards and keep your subscription going when the six months are up, you’ll pay $9.99 per month like every other Apple Music customer. You can cancel at any time.