Last year, Verizon announced that one of the perks that they would be giving to its Unlimited customers would be 12 months of free access to Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass. However, the good news is that it looks like the carrier has decided to give customers an upgrade and make those subscriptions permanent as long as they are subscribed to the plan.

This means that as long as you, the customer, continues to stay on Verizon’s unlimited plans, you will be able to access Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass for free. This is great news and also a pretty nice bonus, especially if you were already on the unlimited plan and have been eyeing a subscription to either of those services.

For those unfamiliar, Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass are basically subscription services that for a monthly fee, users will be able to access premium games and apps that aren’t riddled with in-game ads or in-app purchases, meaning that you get to enjoy the game or app without worrying that developers are going to try and get you to spend more money.

In addition to Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass, the unlimited plans will also give users access to other subscription services like Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, and Apple Music, making it all in all, a pretty good deal.

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