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One year of Apple Music for £99.00 @ Paypal

£99.00 @ Paypal
Spotted this when logging on to check my PayPal account transactions at paypal.com. It's a saving of £20.88 for the year compared to paying £9.99 per month. Do need to watch out for automatic renewal …
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Spotted this when logging on to check my PayPal account transactions at paypal.com. It's a saving of £20.88 for the year compared to paying £9.99 per month. Do need to watch out for automatic renewal at the end of the year if you no longer want the service.
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Wonder which way this will go? :D
#2
ycsb
Wonder which way this will go? :D

Thing is you can buy all the music you want each year for that, cds are so cheap, go to charity stores and what not, get them for peanuts... also everyone has loads of cds they're throwing out for free.

Then just rip them to FLAC, store them on a 4TB HDD and it's instantly way better. I mean Muse had that deal where you could buy all their albums for a fiver... these streaming services are a rip off for the consumer and not even artists like them.
#3
or sign up with EE and get 6mths free then £9.99 a month cancel anytime, assuming you are on EE
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slannmage
ycsb
Wonder which way this will go? :D
Thing is you can buy all the music you want each year for that, cds are so cheap, go to charity stores and what not, get them for peanuts... also everyone has loads of cds they're throwing out for free.
Then just rip them to FLAC, store them on a 4TB HDD and it's instantly way better. I mean Muse had that deal where you could buy all their albums for a fiver... these streaming services are a rip off for the consumer and not even artists like them.
That sounds like a lot more work than just picking up your phone, searching for an album and being able to listen to it instantly. I'd take that over hunting through charity shops for ages, wading through racks of Dido and Simply Red albums to try and find something you actually want to listen to.

I don't use Apple Music myself as I have Spotify but the £10 per month I pay for myself and both my kids to listen to as much music as we want is easily worth it.
#5
caverncity
or sign up with EE and get 6mths free then £9.99 a month cancel anytime, assuming you are on EE


Only if new to EE?
#6
or use youtube
#7
or spotify free version. or mixcloud. what I do at work
#8
jameshothothot
or spotify free version. or mixcloud. what I do at work


​thanks for mixcloud tip
#9
jameshothothot
or spotify free version. or mixcloud. what I do at work
Me too. Say your money.
#10
uk3g
jameshothothot
or spotify free version. or mixcloud. what I do at work
Me too. Say your money.

Your money (_;)
#11
Way too over price to be useful

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