Contact your mobile phone service provider directly to see if they offer Apple Music bundling. Before you can use all of the features of Apple Music, you must link your Apple ID and mobile number.
Apple Music features might vary by country or region.
Bundling is currently supported only in certain countries and regions and through certain providers. The table below includes service providers that currently support bundling.
|Country or Region||Provider||Provider Support|
|South Korea||LG U+||http://www.uplus.co.kr|
|United Arab Emirates||Etisalat||http://www.etisalat.ae/applemusic|
This table is subject to change.
- If you signed up for Apple Music through both your mobile phone service provider and Apple, cancel one of your subscriptions. You can cancel your subscription through Apple on your iPhone or on your Android phone. If you want to cancel your bundled Apple Music subscription, contact your mobile phone service provider.
- If you can't verify your subscription, make sure that you're connected to the Internet. If you're using cellular data on your iOS device, make sure that Cellular Data is turned on in Settings > Cellular. You might also see a message asking you to verify your subscription if you're signed up through both Apple and your mobile phone service provider.
- If you see a message that says your phone number can't be verified, follow these steps:
- On your iOS device: Go to Settings > Phone > My Number. If your mobile phone number isn't correct, enter the correct number, then tap Save.
- On your Android device: Make sure that you have the latest version of the Apple Music app. Then, close the app and go to Settings > Apps > Apple Music > Permissions and turn off the Phone permission. Reopen Apple Music, and when asked about SIM permissions, allow it. Deny the second message about Phone permissions, and enter your correct mobile phone number manually.