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How To Pay For Apple Music In Nigeria

How to pay for apple music in Nigeria using a USD card, Airtime, VISA debit card, and ALAT virtual dollar card.

How To Pay For Apple Music In Nigeria

Apple Music, is a popular streaming platform, that provides its global users access to millions of songs and podcasts.

However, most people in Nigeria using apple music find it hard and challenging to pay because most Nigerian cards don't work on the Apple App Store.  

In this article, we'll explore different possible ways available for Nigerian users to pay for Apple music services.

How To Pay For Apple Music In Nigeria

Payment Using ALAT Virtual Dollar Card

With ALAT Virtual Dollar Card you can comfortably make payments and renew your subscription to Apple Music.

it can also be used to pay for other digital platforms such as Spotify, Deezer, Netflix, iROKOtv, and iflix.

Payment Using A USD card

Nigerian banks can offer US dollar cards to international travelers and also, based on settling international payments. If you do not have one, you can apply to get one from your bank.

Payment Using a VISA debit card

VISA debit cards are connected to your bank account, and all payments are automatically deducted from the linked bank account. 

it has been considered efficient because it usually works for international online payments where Mastercard debit cards don't.

Payment Using MTN Airtime

You can subscribe to apple music using MTN in two ways:

Via USSD

By dialing the short code *447# > select 2 New services > Select 4 Apple Music  Select 1 for free and 2 for paid.

Via SMS

Send “Music” for a subscription to 8000.

Conclusion

Apple Music is available on both Android and iOS devices and you get to enjoy the first 6 months FREE of charge, and after that, you will be charged N1000/month.

We hope that with the options listed in this article, your next payments will be swift and stress-free.







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