According to government restrictions, Apple appears to have ceased collecting credit and debit card payments for subscriptions and media on its platforms in India. The company disclosed the changes in a support update in April. But, according to various sources and Twitter users, the changes have already taken effect.
This means you won’t be able to buy applications from the App Store, or receive subscriptions like iCloud+ and Music. Moreover, you buy any media content from the company using your Indian credit or debit card. The subscription pages on the iPhone now display values of INR 2000, INR 5000, and INR 10,000. You may also increase the amount by selecting ‘other’. Net banking or UPI can be used to deposit funds.
The shift is due to the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) new auto-debit rules. It went into effect last year and is interrupting regular online transactions.
Customers who were previously relying on subscription payments appear to be having a lot of problems as a result of the move. Several users have resorted to Twitter to express their dissatisfaction. Due to the absence of credit and debit cards from Apple’s list of payment options for transactions made using Apple ID in India.
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It isn’t the only company that has changed its payment system. The RBI announcement has also had a significant influence on Google. Many of its users are having trouble making recurring payments, and purchases on Google Play and YouTube using their credit cards.
So you’ll have to use your ID balance to pay for One plan. It includes Music, TV+, Arcade, and iCloud plus additional storage.
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