Free 6 months of Apple Music, TV+, Arcade & News+ with EE Mobile

EE Mobile have now extended their six months free Apple Music and Apple News+ add-ons to include Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade.

Whether you are joining EE as a new pay monthly mobile customer, or already have an EE Mobile contract, you can sign-up for the Apple add-ons free for the first 6 months.

What's more, EE will cover the data you use for 6 months, so you can stream and download music without using your data allowance.

This offer is available to Consumer and Small Business customers with EE pay monthly or SIM only phone plans on a 12 month or more minimum term.

To sign up either:

  • text MUSIC to 150
  • or log in to the My EE website.
  • or download the My EE app and go to Plan & Add-ons > Add-ons > Get more add-ons.

You can cancel at any time, and once the free six months are over you'll be charged full price (currently £9.99 per month) for the Apple add-ons.

If you already have Apple Music and wish to take advantage of this offer you will need to cancel through the Apple Music app, before you signup for free membership with EE Mobile.

With the Apple entertainment add-ons, EE customers can enjoy:

Apple Music

Access to millions of songs, thousands of playlists, all ad-free, and available online or offline.

Subscribers can create their own playlists or discover new ones curated by Apple Music, and share music with their friends.

Apple TV+

Apple Original series and films with new Apple Originals added every month from the most imaginative storytellers.

Apple Arcade

Unlimited access to over 200 incredibly fun games with no ads and no in-app purchases.

Featuring iconic games like Sonic Racing, LEGO Brawls and SpongeBob Square Pants, as well as original releases such as Sneaky Sasquatch, Skate City and Butter Royale, there's something for everyone on Apple Arcade.

Apple News+

Hundreds of leading magazines and newspapers, all in one app. Read Grazia, Empire and National Geographic cover to cover. Stay up to date with the world's best journalism from The Times & Sunday Times to The Wall Street Journal.

For more information visit the EE help page on How to get free Apple Music.