Apple One to launch in the Czech Republic this autumn at a lower price than in the USA

The new Apple service, which combines Apple TV+, iCloud and other products, will be released in the Czech Republic later this year

Jason Pirodsky

Written by Jason Pirodsky
Published on 23.09.2020 13:40 (updated on 23.09.2020)

Apple One, the new package unveiled earlier this month that will combine different Apple subscription services into one system, will be released this autumn in the Czech Republic - and it's even cheaper for Czech residents than those in the United States.

Revealed at Apple's product launch last week along with new models of the Apple Watch and iPad, Apple One combines Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, and iCloud storage into one package with a monthly subscription fee. Those who use multiple Apple services are likely to save with the new package.

In the Czech Republic, Apple One will offer full access to Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, and 50 GB of iCloud storage, and run 285 CZK monthly for single user plans. More iCloud storage can also be purchased separately.

Individually, Apple TV+ and Arcade currently run for 139 CZK monthly each, while Apple Music costs 149 CZK. 50 GB of iCloud storage costs 25 CZK. That adds up to savings of 167 CZK if you already use all four services.

Apple One family of devices
Apple One family of devices

The price is especially beneficial when compared to costs for users in the United States, who typically take advantage of cheaper prices for Apple products and services when compared to European markets.

But users in the United States will pay $14.99 for the same Apple One services; that's about 345 CZK going by today's exchange rate, or 20% more over the Czech prices. Individually, Apple TV+ and Arcade are more expensive for Czech users, while Music costs quite a bit less than in the states.

A family plan, which includes access for up to five users and 200 GB of iCloud storage, can also be purchased for 389 CZK monthly.

In the U.S., an additional Premier tier will be available for purchase at $29.99. It includes Apple News+, a newspaper and magazine service not yet available in the Czech Republic, and Apple Fitness+, a tie-in to the Apple Watch app that will be released later this year.

Apple hasn't revealed a launch date for Apple One beyond autumn 2020, but the service should be released sometime in October or November. More info about Apple One and its Czech localization can be found at the official Apple website.