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El gráfico compara los diversos costos del plan de suscripción "One" con las tarifas de streaming musical de Spotify.


Apple lanza su polémico plan de servicio “One”

By Ninian Carter

November 3, 2020 - Apple lanzó su plan de suscripción “One” que agrupa servicios clave, incluyendo Apple Music, en un solo paquete a un precio atractivo – provocando la ira de Spotify, su rival en streaming.

Two months after Apple revealed its "One" subscription package, it has finally arrived.

Apple One bundles together six of its subscription apps into one single, cheaper subscription. Good news for users, not so much for rival services such as Spotify.

The bundle includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+ and the upcoming Apple Fitness+ workout streaming app.

With so many useful, even indispensable, apps rolled into one package, it's likely going to be popular, especially for customers with all those apps already who could save up to $25 a month.

But in doing so, Apple is drawing the ire of developers of rival services who do not have the power or cash of Apple, and who simply cannot compete with them at this level.

In September, on first hearing of the upcoming new subscription service, Spotify issued an antitrust complaint, accusing Apple of abusing its power. It fears Apple One is too attractive for customers to decline, with many Spotify users likely to switch to Apple Music.

It remains to be seen what damaging effect Apple One will have on Spotify's market share and indeed those of other music streaming vendors like Amazon and YouTube.

PUBLISHED: 03/11/2020; STORY: Graphic News