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Want free Apple Music? Here’s how to get it

UK mobile network EE is offering six months of free Apple Music to a selection of customers. Here’s how you can get it today.

From September 1, those signing up for pay monthly deals or upgrading their current handset will have unmetered access to the streaming service.

Registered customers will be able to access Apple Music on their phones or the iPad, Apple TV, Mac and PC.

EE has confirmed to TrustedReviews that the offer will also be open to those buying Android smartphones, so this isn’t a just a push for the new iPhones.

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The announcement will be accompanied by an expensive ad campaign starring Kevin Bacon and Britney Spears. Hit the play button to see why Kev is wearing Britney’s clothes.

With the iPhone 7 and Galaxy Note coming next month, there’s going to be a whole host of Brits making network choices. I must confess, I do believe (do believe!) this is a mighty fine offer from the UK’s largest 4G network.

Just last month EE revealed customers would be getting six months of free BT Sport (of course, EE is now owned by BT). With free sport and music there’s plenty of free stuff for customers to enjoy in the run up to the holidays and beyond.

What price O2, Three or Vodafone striking a deal with Spotify in response?

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Is free Apple Music enough to tempt you towards EE? Let us know in the comments below.

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