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2 Nov, 2023
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The subscription, priced at $5 per month, provided a limited experience where users could only access Apple Music's catalog by using voice commands with Siri.

The discontinuation was not formally announced but was revealed on Apple's support page. Apple stated on its support page, "Beginning in November, Apple will discontinue the Apple Music Voice plan."

While the company did not give a specific reason for the plan's closure, it is speculated that it did not find a good response among users. The limited features of the Voice Plan, such as the inability to view real-time lyrics or create custom playlists, could have contributed to its discontinuation.

The Voice Plan was also limited in availability, being offered in select countries. Apple reminded users that all other Apple Music plans, including Individual, Student, Family, and Apple One, still allow subscribers to use Siri to play songs, albums, playlists, or radio stations.

Existing Voice Plan subscribers can continue using the plan until the end of their final billing cycle, although auto-renewal has been turned off.