Apple Music will now be available in local currency pricing across nine markets.
Previously, all prices within the following online stories were displayed in Euros or US dollars.
Local currency pricing will be now be displayed in Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Peru, Poland and Romania.
Alongside Apple Music, the changes also apply to the App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store and iCloud Storage.
After the currency change occurs, any pre-orders or subscriptions will be billed in local currency, and existing iTunes Gift balances will also reflect the change.
Apple Music’s latest reported paying subscriber count was more than 20 million towards the end of last year.
It is now in 60 territories where Spotify is unavailable, and 115 in total.
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