Apple Offers FREE Beats Flex Earphones

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Apple once again shows that it’s very involved in the music streaming area, as it now offers Beats Flex earphones at no charge at all. But there are some conditions to match, of course.

The big news is brought by Apple itself. The Cupertino-based tech giant’s giveaway is being made via the Apple Music app, and those who have the chance to get their hands on the earphones are students who choose to subscribe soon. But there’s at least one other important condition to mention here, even though a lot of folks will be upset by it.

Apple Music’s offer is available only for the US and the UK

Only students from the USA and the UK can claim the free Beats Flex earphones offered by Apple if they subscribe to the student plan of the Apple Music app. Last but not least, the offer won’t last forever.

Apple said in its announcement:

To qualify for an Apple Music student subscription, you must be a student studying a bachelor degree, post-graduate degree, or equivalent Higher Education course at a University or College (U.S. only). You must successfully verify your eligibility as a student through Apple or a third party verification partner identified by Apple.

Those willing to benefit from the offer will also not be able to combine it with any other for the Apple Music app.

Otherwise, Apple Music is one of the most trusted music streaming services out there. The app has a fabulous catalog of roughly 50 million songs, and you can play your favorite music by tapping the desired genre, artist, album, and more.

Please mind your manners and only listen to your favorite music on your earphones, regardless of how great your taste might be! Nobody likes to be forced to listen to a certain type of music they don’t like!

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