Carrier Why do I have to be on wifi to listen to my music

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  1. crispApple macrumors regular

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    so I have probably the most "newbie" question ever, but I don't understand why I have to either be on wifi or it comes up with a message saying I have to access my cellular data to listen to my own music? My device is an iPhone 6.
     
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    As far as I know? I just recently got a replacement from Apple. So how would I check. I go to my music and it's all in there
     
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    Who is your carrier? I'm on AT&T and I can stream Amazon and Google Music with no issue.
    Not an Apple Music fan.
     
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  6. tjwilliams25 macrumors 6502

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    Go to Settings/General/Storage & iCloud Usage and check to see if Music is an option. If there isn't anything there, then it's not on your phone. With iOS 9, the line between the cloud and downloaded has been blurred, so it can be slightly confusing as your purchased music automatically shows up under My Music.
     
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