Reportedly, Apple has decided to start a partnership with all four of the big US carriers which gives a new iCloud offer. Customers who want to upgrade their phone are recommended to visit the iCloud link to get 2 free months of the 200 GB iCloud tier, according to9to5mac.
The offer only appears to be available for US customers mainly for those who have not signed yet for the service. If they don’t subscribe they will be imposed by a charge of $2.99 a month after that two-month window. As this service is only present for iPhone upgrades, the proof that users get 200 GB bucket will make sure the current saved data is completely backed up.
Although from May Apple started free 30 day trials for all the new subscribers iCloud paid tiers, in actual the customers only gets a month free which cost $2.99. In that free month Period, Apple was expecting that customers do not cut out the iCloud service and continue to use it for the entire month.
Initially iCloud come with 5 GB free tier in 2011, by the time Apple has been changing the price of paid tiers a more likely a couple of times, but the free subscription remains the same.
Furthermore, Since 2016, Apple had a formal financial target to double the revenue of iCloud service by 2020, for that the company had introduced a free month of service which gives 50GB, 200GB and 2TB levels to new subscribers, Earlier this year. To be more open, expanding storage service certainly contributes more to the line of business. Apple is on its way to achieving the target, most of the growth in services comes from the share of App Store app revenue.