Apple has tied up with the top four vendors in the United States to offer 200GB of free iCloud storage for two months during the iPhone launch.
Apple has an incentive for those looking for the upcoming new iPhone series – free 200GB of iCloud storage for two months. The offer applies to subscribers of all four major US telecom operators, namely AT & T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. Although not explicitly mentioned, but the real purpose seems to lure among buyers of the new iPhone devices, citing simple and safe means for transferring data.
In this way, current iPhone users – or that means something for any other device – have enough storage available to back up their data. So when the new iPhone arrives, users can download and get along with their new device with the least of the fuss. But the above-mentioned freebie is not without its limitations. For the offer will be charged when the offer period expires, provided that users canceled the same within the stipulated time. Fees that apply include $ 2.99 per month for 200GB of iCloud storage.
The offer does not appear to be one that one can cry hes about. That's because Apple already offers free iCloud storage a month ago for new subscribers. It is only that the last offer has raised the period with another month. There is nothing that can make a flatter in the segment. The offer also applies only to new paid iCloud subscribers.
Or maybe the real purpose behind the offer is not to market the new iPhone since people are already crazy for the same anyway. Perhaps that's the other way, ride the fury that iPhone will bring Apple's services – read iCloud – to the spotlight. And the lid here is to provide a safe and secure environment for data backup to ensure that migration to the new device happens in the most trouble-free way.
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Apple may also hope that at least some of the users will not continue to cancel the terms after the two-month deadline is over. That way, the company will get new subscribers of iCloud thanks to the new iPhone hype.