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With the iPhone 14 likely launching next week, Verizon may add Apple’s services bundle as a perk for its priciest 5G plan.
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While all eyes are on Apple ahead of next week’s , Verizon may have another incentive to get iOS users to sign up for its 5G service: including Apple One, the bundle of all Apple services, as a free perk.
Verizon may include Apple One with its priciest “5G Get More” tier, according to MacRumors. That tier, which costs $90 for one person per month, has a list of perks that currently includes or Google Play Pass and , along with , and , as well as 600GB of Verizon cloud data.
The Apple One bundle would include other services like , , Apple News Plus and 50GB of iCloud storage, all of which typically costs $15 per month for one person.
Verizon declined to comment.
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