Apple is expected to take over the covers of its latest smartphone series in the iPhone 2018 lineup next month. A few weeks before the expected update of the iPhone, users are reporting on a forthcoming promotional offer from the tech giant, which promises 200GB of free iCloud storage for two months. This offering is expected to be available exclusively to customers in the US for one of the top 4 mobile operators AT & T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. In addition, it seems to be valid only for new customers, and not for those who already use the iCloud premium subscription.
A reddit thread that appeared last week claims the presence of this unannounced development by Apple. The offer is expected to be available for a limited time only and users will be charged $ 2.99 (approximately Rs. 200) at the end of the two-month window, as shown in a screenshot by The Verge. Apple has not yet officially confirmed the existence of such an offer and could do so at the time of the launch of the iPhone 201
Apple currently offers 5GB of free iCloud storage by default for all device owners. The basic 50GB storage plan carries a $ 0.99 price tag (75 rupees in India), which costs $ 2.99 ($ 219 rupees in India) with 200GB of storage, and the top option with 2TB of storage $ 9.99 (Rs. 749 in India)
Already in May of this year, Apple introduced free one-month iCloud storage trials for all three offerings to increase the adoption of cloud storage for its customers. Remarkably, the plans are automatically renewed after the 30-day window ends so that the user must manually cancel them from their end or pay the monthly fees for the selected storage plan.