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    PS5 Owners Are Now Eligible For 6 Months Of Free Apple TV Plus: All You Need To Know

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    By Sagnik Dasgupta - 
    24th Jul 2021
    PS5 Owners Can Now Get Free 6 Months Of Apple TV Plus

    The PS5 India restock update has been scheduled for July 26. Now, those who want to get their hands on the next-gen consoles or are already owners of it, there is good news. PlayStation 5 is now offering a 6 months worth of free Apple TV Plus subscription. This is a win-win situation for both the companies as it will lure a lot of customers into becoming a part of both the companies.

    Moreover, the Apple TV Plus subscription offer is a longstanding offer. PS5 owners will have an entire year to avail the free service. From today itself this offer is going live and users have one year to get their hands on a PS5 to avail the offer. Existing PlayStation 5 users can instantly avail this particular offer.

    Besides, Apple TV Plus is an OTT content streaming channel which broadcasts only original content. They do not stream distributed content from different production houses. Moreover, pre-produced content are also a no-no for this particular OTT content streaming service. Additionally, this particular service is offered for free for an entire year alongside purchase of Apple devices. Now, PS5 owners will get to experience 6 months of the new OTT content streaming service.

    Also read: PS5 India Restock Set For July 26: All You Need To Know

    PS5 Apple TV Plus Subscription: What More?

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    According to reports, Sony is gearing up to launch a toned down and redesigned version of the PS5. Moreover, the global chipset crisis is improving by the day, which is great news. This also hints at Sony revamping their PlayStation 5 production soon.

    Also read: PS5 India Restock Update: Everything You Need To Know

    Currently, Apple TV Plus users in India pay Rs. 99 on a monthly basis. So, people who get the subscription for free for 6 months will have to pay the same fee after the period ends. All they need to do is download the Apple TV Plus app on the PS5 console and login with their Apple ID to resume the services, this time with a fee.

    Also read: BGMI Releases New Patch Note To Fix Bugs And Glitches In The Game



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