Apple’s Updated iCloud Pricing Goes Live in Canada and Beyond

Apple’s updated iCloud pricing is now live in Canada and beyond, with its revised tiers charging less per month, however, the 200 GB plan for $3.99 remained the same.

How to upgrade or downgrade your iCloud storage? Just go to:

Settings > iCloud > Storage > Change Storage Plan

Yesterday Apple unveiled their Canadian prices for iCloud storage, starting at $1.29/month for 50 GB of storage.

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Again, this is Apple’s explanation of their updated iCloud storage plans and how you will be affected:

If you purchased a monthly plan before September 16, 2015, your account was upgraded automatically. If you’re currently on an annual plan, you’ll continue to renew annually at that rate. If you select a new monthly plan, your annual plan won’t be available to you.

Apple states if there are any issues with your upgrade, you can contact support with 15 days for a refund.

What iCloud storage plan are you on right now?

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  • kennymatic

    Was a little disappointed that the price change didn’t affect the 200GB tier.

  • Kirk

    Well I’m already on the $.99 plan for 20 GB and when I checked the settings it now says that I’m on the $1.29 for 50 GB. However when I look at the storage still says 20. I wonder if that means it’s going to switch over on my next billing cycle?

  • Mclovin

    So you are now paying $1.29 per month even though you were already $0.99 per month previously?

  • Kirk

    Well that’s what I am seeing… Because the 20 GB option is no longer available… HOWEVER I can’t completely confirm because I haven’t been charged. My cycle is the beginning of every month. Apple also did not send me an email telling me this… Which I am assuming they’ll do before charging me (giving me the option)

  • Timoteo Cocinero

    Actually, the price change *did* affect the 200GB tier. The price went up…

    I had the 200GB plan in April and May of this year and was charged exactly $3.99 on my credit card. I had cancelled it for a couple months, but signed up for the same plan again today and was charged $4.51, which is $3.99 plus 13% HST. So the Canadian prices don’t include tax anymore.

  • kennymatic

    Yeah I’m not sure if that makes it any better but thanks lol.