Some Verizon subscribers may get Apple One at iPhone 14 launch

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Verizon is reportedly gearing up to give customers Apple One as a free perk with eligible plans in September, likely coinciding with the launch of the iPhone 14.

Users will likely get the individual plan, which usually costs $14.95 per month and includes Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and iCloud with 50GB of storage.

According to MacRumors, the offer will be included with Verizon's top-tier "5G Get More" plan. The Get More plan costs $90 per month for a single user.

The 5G Get More plan also boasts other perks, including Apple Music, Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass, Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage, and unlimited data.

It's not currently clear when Verizon will announce the plan. It's also unclear whether or not existing subscribers will receive Apple One or if the offer will be used as a sign-on bonus for new customers — or will require a purchase of an iPhone 14 of some sort.

Apple recently shared a new ad touting the benefits of Apple One.

Apple is anticipated to launch the iPhone 14 lineup — as well as the Apple Watch Series 8 — at its upcoming "Far Out" event on September 7.