Apple has modified the terms of its Apple Music service in Australia, Switzerland and Spain and has decided to cancel the free period and make a payment.
The company did not say why the sudden change, but users in Spain need to pay 0.99 euros for three months as a trial period before paying the full monthly subscription of $ 10. The same is true in Australia and Switzerland, meaning the user needs to pay AUD $ 0.99 and CHF 0.99 for the service experience.
Apple responded briefly to this, saying that the offers in its services vary from country to country. For example, the trial period for the music service is only 30 days in Hong Kong and 90 days in the rest of the world.
Apple has come under intense pressure that may be behind the change. Music companies have asked them to pay money for every song run even in the trial period, after the agreement previously stipulated that the payment should be paid only by subscribers.