Apple Is Giving Free 200GB Of iCloud Storage To New Customers For Two Months
Apple is partnering with the four major carriers in the United States to add a new introductory package for iCloud. Discovered on a Reddit thread, customers who are upgrading their iPhone plans get a unique link which allows them to add 200GB of iCloud storage for the first two months for free. The offer is available to users in an attempt to 'get ready for their new iPhone'. So let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.
Apple Offering New iCloud Customers 200Gb of Free iCloud Storage Space For Two Months
As we have mentioned earlier if you're upgrading your iPhone plan with the four major carriers in the United States, you will receive a special link which will add 200GB to your iCloud storage. However, be sure to note that the storage will only be available for the first two months to make you ready for your new iPhone. Once the time period has elapsed, the offer would revert the iCloud storage plan to its original model.
In short, the limited time storage expansion will allow you to be prepared. If you have not purchased any iCloud storage tier, then the offer would revert back to the initial 5GB of space that Apple provides for free.
It would cost $2.99 per month if you're opting to buy 200GB of iCloud storage. So if you want to keep the 200GB of storage space, you can simply buy it. If you don't want it, let it be and it will revert back like we have mentioned earlier. Moreover, at this point in time, the offer is only valid for users residing in the United States and for users who are new customers.
If you're a new iPhone user, you can head over to this link to claim the trial. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details. This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Would you be willing to give the trial a swing? Share your views with us in the comments section below.
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