Greece is going through tough time and experiencing financial ups and down, within great debts and so.Apple seems to be giving a helping hand for the people who have affected from the crisis. Yes! Apple is ready to provide the iCloud Service for free. This might sound astonishing. But, yes! According to the recent reports the Cupertino based company, will be providing free iCloud service for next month. As per the official statement by Apple, customers in Greece have recently experienced a bit of interruption with iCloud service. To ensure the access smoothly, users can continue to store content in iCloud in this difficult time.
The Apple officials have extended the free period of iCloud storage for more 30-days without any hidden cost.Due to its financial mayhem users are unable to make any credit card transaction on bank transaction. Users had notified about these crisis and storage too will roll back to 5GB. The service normally cost around €0.99 for 20GB, and up to for €19.99 1-terabyte of storage.
With such burden of the crisis, Apple has sent an email to all its iCloud users to give good support and aid. As per the email, they will provide 30-days of free storage from the last time by when user renewed his subscriptions.