If you’re already an EE customer, you might not be aware of all the benefits available with your subscription. And as millions work and live from home for the foreseeable future in a bid to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Like almost every mobile carrier operating in the UK, EE has announced a raft of changes for existing customers in the wake of the outbreak. The BT-owned network is offering data-free visits to the NHS and Government website to get the latest advice and health guidelines. There’s also new measures in place to help those who can’t pay their bill because of financial hardship caused by the virus.
But it’s worth noting that all of the existing deals and promotions available to EE customers are still in place.
So, if you haven’t already taken advantage of these – there has never been a better time. EE exclusively lets customers sign-up for free six months of Apple Music. If you’re sick of listening to the same tracks on repeat from your iTunes library, then being able to listen to hand-curated playlists and endless new music is a great perk.
But EE has recently added a new perk for customers.
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Apple News+ offers access to articles from dozens of publishers – from the likes of Elle UK, Cosmopolitan, Empire, Mojo, FourFourTwo, Men’s Health UK, Women’s Health UK, Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, National Geographic, and How It Works, to name a few.
You can read articles from these publications – or read entire issues.
Using on-device AI – in order to ensure your privacy – Apple will lean from your reading habits and start recommending interviews, reviews, features and other articles from current and past issues of these magazines that it thinks you’ll like. The entire service, which is available on Mac, iPhone and iPad, is kind of like a Netflix for magazines.
Just like Apple Music, EE customers can get a subscription to Apple News+ (which has the same £9.99 price tag as Apple Music after the promotion ends) for six months.
And if neither of those perks float your boat, then EE customers can also claim six months of BritBox – the Netflix rival from ITV and BBC, which brings together a collection of award-winning and cult shows from ITV, BBC and Channel 4. So, if you fancy re-watching Gavin and Stacey, I’m Alan Partridge, The Inbetweeners, Downton Abbey, Broadchurch, and more over the Bank Holiday weekend, then that’s definitely worth a look.
And finally, a six month subscription to MTV Play is also available. That lets you stream shows from MTV like Geordie Shore, Just Tattoo Of Us, Teen Mom, and more. EE will even cover any 4G or 5G mobile data that you use when streaming not on your home Wi-Fi.
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