Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last few months, you know that Greece’s financial future hangs in the balance. Due to blockage of any Greek economy may make transfers or payments outside the country, and that includes payments made to Apple.
Put another way: if you were in Greece right now you could not pay applications from the App Store, or your subscription fee to Apple Music or iCloud account with expanded storage. Fortunately, Apple has offered a temporary solution giving one month all users of payment iCloud so you can tidy up your data.
Apple has sent a letter to all those informing users of the change:
Dear User iCloud:
To anticipate the stopping of your iCloud service during the current fiscal crisis, and to ensure that you still have access to your content, we have extended your iCloud storage plan for 30 additional days at no additional cost.
We do not try to charge you for your plan until it within 30 days from your original renewal date.If we are unable to renew your plan, you may need to reduce the amount of storage you use iCloud.
That is, as Apple (or anyone) is clear the country’s future, the company thirty days gives its users with iCloud payment plan to put things in order whether or not to renew your subscription this month. The warning is clear: the next month, if things do not improve, payment plans are automatically reduced to 5 GB free and therefore all users should take this “extension” to move your data to another site .It’s not too hopeful message, really.
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