Will old $10.99 yr iCloud users get 50GB?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ricktat, Sep 16, 2015.

  1. ricktat macrumors 65816

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    I had the old old 15GB plan. I think that was $15 a month. Last year when the 20GB for 99 cents a month end, Apple swapped me to the $10.99 per year plan.

    Now I still see that I am still on the 20GB plan with the option of 99 cents for 50GB.

    Just wanted to see if anyone knew if Apple will upgrade us at the same price? Last year some people swapped early and lost the 99 cent discount..lol..
     
  2. ant the ninja macrumors regular

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    Curious about this as well, still on the 10.99 at 20gb
     
  3. MuGeN PoWeR macrumors 68020

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  4. ajm222 macrumors 6502a

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    just checked after updating to ios 9 and i used to be on 0.99/month 20gb plan and today it's showing 0.99/month for 50gb. automatically updated my plan.
     
  5. bueller1 macrumors 6502

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    Same but my storage is still at 20Gb even though I'm checked off on the 50Gb. Will prob update next month
     
  6. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    If your currently on 20gb you will be moved to 50gb on the next billing cycle. That's what support told me. If I click through the options on my iPhone it reflects this
     
  7. ricktat thread starter macrumors 65816

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    I am still at $10.99 and still at 20 GB.

    Anyone get an answer from support? My $10.99 doesn't bill until December.
     
  8. gsmornot macrumors 68030

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    I hope you get it and if you do, dang, I should have stayed on that plan. Ha.
    I had to move up a while back because 20 was not enough. I only needed at the time about 23 but had to move up anyhow. I hope you guys get it but that makes two things for me maybe I should have held on. Unlimited data and discounted storage. Ah well.
     
  9. GrumpyTrucker macrumors 6502a

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    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201238

    Second full paragraph: If you're currently on an annual plan, you'll continue to renew annually at that rate. If you select a new monthly plan, your annual plan won't be available to you.
     
  10. Azzin macrumors 68040

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    I'm on the legacy 25 gig tariff and was billed for the next year last month. :confused:
     
  11. ricktat thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Correct.. But I am one of the $10.99 oddballs that Apple created. Well actually everyone still on a annual plan is on this rate.
     
  12. rantor49 macrumors regular

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    I had 20gb for $.99 a month plan. Now shows 50gb in Icloud. I'm in the middle of billing cycle so guess they are upgrading all that had 20gb to 50gb. On a side note, I wish they gave the option of paying for the full year upfront instead of $.99 a month.
     
  13. GrumpyTrucker macrumors 6502a

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    Can only assume that unless you hear otherwise just carry on as normal unless you want to choose a mew monthly plan. Apple seem to be pretty good at sending out emails if they're going to withdraw a service you're currently on. Rephrase: Apple used to be pretty good at that. Time will tell if they still are.
     
  14. MuGeN PoWeR macrumors 68020

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    i got an email from them and saying they have upgraded. try checking your email.!
     
  15. eagleglen macrumors 6502a

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    Can you clarify? Are you in the annual rate plan? How much are you paying, and what was you old amount of data and the new amount they are giving you?

    Some responses in this thread seems to be referring to the monthly rate plans and not the annual ones that are now grandfathered.
     

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