Hey Guys, I've had the following issue with Apple Music since getting my new iPhone 7. History: Pre-Apple Music days, my music library consisted of iTunes Match (subscription still ongoing) and iTunes purchased songs. When Apple Music came out, I built on my existing library with Apple Music songs. All worked well. Purchased an iPhone 7 on Friday from my carrier (Telstra in Aus) which comes with 12 months free Apple Music subscription. I think they must have removed the old subscription and added the new one. Symptoms: All pre-Apple Music songs work completely fine. Apple Music songs are listed buy greyed out. Selecting them results in an 'Item Not Available' error. Deleting and re-adding songs to my library has no affect. Interestingly, I can play songs just fine by searching and streaming them - it's only once they are in my library that I can't play them. The above is true even for songs I've never listened to/added before. I have the exact same symptoms on my macbook in iTunes. My old phone (6 plus) now asks for me to purchase an Apple Music subscription when opening the Music app. I select the 'purchased through carrier' option but it doesn't accept the verification code. Troubleshooting (all to no effect): Toggle iCloud Music Library off and on. Toggle Apple Music off and on. Delete songs from iCloud Music Library and re-add. I'm all out of ideas. I really don't want to have to build my library from scratch, so hoping someone will have some advice. Thanks for any help!