Apple has expanded Apple Music into Israel, letting customers there sign up for the standard three-month free trial, 9to5Mac reports. Apple’s regional website still lists the service as “coming soon,” but Israeli users have reported being able to enroll in the service. The price per month for an individual plan in Israel after the free trial expires works out to roughly $5.20 in U.S. dollars, well below the $10 U.S. users currently pay. In other Apple Music news, the service has added Bloomberg Radio to all countries where the streaming service is supported. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day and provides U.S. and international news along with updates on the financial markets.
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