iTunes Music is basically like Spotify by Apple. They offer a free three-month trial subscription so you can try it out without paying, but make sure to change the auto-renewal option so you don’t get charged if you forget. (To do so, go to Subscriptions and select Manage, then Renewal Options.)
If you do get charged and want a refund, you can try contacting Apple. They have sometimes given refunds, but it’s not guaranteed.
What Do You Get with a Paid iTunes Music Account?
With a paid account, you can listen to anything in the Apple Music Library at any time (including offline if you download it), as well as Beats 1 radio station where they have quite a few exclusive big names — Drake just premiered his new album “Views From the 6” on Beats 1.
You also get “expert music suggestions” as Apple says, but don’t expect Trent Reznor and Jimmy Iovine to take you out to dinner.
Get it (or the free trial) from the Apple site or Play Store (if you have an Android). After the first three months, it’s $9.99 per person or $14.99 for a family plan. You can also get it on Apple Watch, TV, or CarPlay.