Apple Music subscription price hike for listeners in Hong Kong

Apple will be raising the cost of an Apple Music subscription in Hong Kong next month, at the end of February.

Apple have revealed new prices for their music streaming service Apple Music to be changed at the end of next month. Emails sent out to Hong Kong listeners made users aware and allows time for them to cancel their subscriptions if they aren’t happy with the new costs.

The individual Apple Music plan price will rise to HK$58 on Feb. 25, up from the HK$48 currently advertised on the company’s website. Family and Student plan pricing will increase from HK$78 and HK$25 to HK$88 and HK$28, respectively.

Apple didn’t give a reason for the change in price.

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