You’re in an Apple forum. Why wouldn’t you use iTunes? If you’re that determined to defend this bad deal though...lol.If you don’t have Verizon and you prefer not to subscribe through iTunes? Just a thought. Or not an iPhone user or realize that buying possibly used App Store codes with no value for $3 savings is just less convenient. Anything else?
Answering my own question:Is this US only? When I follow the link, it doesn't mention the deal at all.
Just proving options. You’re that determined to be right and that your way is the only way. It’s a good deal for some. Just not you.You’re in an Apple forum. Why wouldn’t you use iTunes? If you’re that determined to defend this bad deal though...lol.
Verizon isn't #1 because they have crappy service.*If you overpay on wireless.
I watch movies more than once, but there is typically a 5 to 10 year gap between viewings.
Let me fix that for you. "Verizon isn't #1." No need for 'because'.Verizon isn't #1 because they have crappy service.
I don't mind paying extra knowing I can go pretty much anywhere I need to and I don't have to worry about having service or not. Even in a few areas I get poor service, but it's still service.
It is worth it to pay extra for the peace of mind that I know if I am somewhere and have a problem I can make calls.
Get back to me when Sprint/Tmo and AT&T get to the investment levels that Verizon has and build out their networks. Until then, I will happily stay where I am.
Some plans even give you Apple Music included as well. I'm not going to say it is free, just built into the cost of the plan like Disney+ is.