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APPLE MUSIC HITS A C-NOTE

Apple Music has, with zero fanfare, added a new subscription offering to accompany their current tiers of $9.99 every month, $14.99 for a family plan, or $4.99 per month if you’re a student. 

Now the subscription service allows existing subscribers to level up and save some money, with a $99 12-month plan. The offering isn't easy to find—tucked away in the "manage subscriptions" section of your settings—and it is not offered to non-subscribers, only those currently enrolled. 

And if you're crunching numbers, that's a few clicks to a savings of around 17%.

Also available for $99 per year: A diplomatic post in the Trump administration.

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