Apple One now available in Malaysia. Get Music, TV+, Arcade and iCloud from RM19.90/month

Apple One, the all-in-one bundle subscription service, is now available in Malaysia. If you’re already using any of Apple’s paid services, Apple One allows you to enjoy Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and iCloud storage with savings of up to RM40.70/month.

For Malaysia, we have two options – Individual at RM19.90/month or Family at RM33.90/month. The individual option comes with 50GB of iCloud storage, while the Family option has 200GB of iCloud and you can share the perks with 5 other people. That comes up to RM5.65/month per user.

Malaysian Pricing

Interestingly, it appears that the Apple One subscription price in Malaysia is one of the cheapest in the world. In Singapore, the Individual plan costs SGD 16.95/month (about RM51.50) while the Family option costs SGD 22.95/month (RM69.73).

Meanwhile, in the US, it costs USD 14.95/month (about RM62.14) for Individual and USD 19.95/month (about RM82.92) for Family. The US market also get the Premier option at USD 29.95 (RM124.49) that comes with 2TB of iCloud Storage, Apple News+ and Fitness+. Both Apple News+ and Fitness+ services are not available for our region.

Overall, the Apple One bundle provides great value and you’re essentially getting a total of four services for the price of one. To recap, both Apple Arcade and Apple TV+ costs RM19.90/month each, while Apple Music costs RM14.90/month for an individual account. When it comes to storage, Apple’s iCloud costs RM3.90/month for 50GB, RM11.90/month for 200GB and RM39.90/month for 2TB.

To subscribe, just go to Settings on your Apple device, tap on your Apple ID profile and select Subscriptions. You should see options for both Individual and Family plans. If you’re new to the service, you can enjoy the first month for free.

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At the moment, it appears Apple One isn’t available for everyone just yet. Some of us at the office that have an existing Apple subscription still do not see the option in our Apple ID subscription settings.

Alexander Wong