Apple One is now available in the Netherlands. The service bundle gives you access to all Apple services, including Music and iCloud, for a fixed amount per month. An entry-level subscription to Apple One costs 15 euros per month.
Apple One now available in the Netherlands
The service bundle was already unveiled last September but is now available in the Netherlands. With Apple One, you can take out one umbrella subscription to multiple services from the iPhone maker for a lower price. You save up to 6 euros with an individual Apple One subscription. Are you taking out a family package? Then you are a maximum of 8 euros cheaper. This is how you take out an Apple One subscription:
- Grab your iPhone or iPad;
The easiest way to shut down Apple One is to grab your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app, then tap your name at the top;
- Sign Up
Then choose ‘Subscriptions’ and tap on ‘Apple One’ receive;
Choose which Apple One package you want, follow the steps on the screen and confirm your choice.
You start with a free trial subscription. That way you can see if you like the umbrella subscription.
Two Apple One bundles
There are three Apple One bundles in total, but only two are available in the Netherlands: an individual package and a family subscription. With these bundles you get access to Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade and more storage via iCloud (50GB with an individual package, 200GB with the family package). The family subscription is for a maximum of six people. The individual package costs 14.95 euros per month, the family package 19.95 euros.
The most expensive Apple One package is not available here. This also gives access to Apple News Plus and Apple Fitness, but these services are not available here. Apple News Plus is a curated news service and with Fitness Plus you can take sports lessons online from home.
Apple focuses on services
Services, including Apple One, are increasingly important to the iPhone maker. This is evident from the most recent quarterly figures from Apple. Revenue from services rose by no less than 16 per cent in the past fiscal quarter to a record high of more than 14 billion dollars. The turnover from iPhones has actually decreased, but that is probably due to the delayed release of the iPhone 12 series.