Apple introduced AppleCare+ monthly plans in 2018, but this option was only available in the United States. Now the company has confirmed that it is expanding monthly plans AppleCare+’s more than three countries: Australia, Canada, and Japan.

The AppleCare+ monthly plans are not available yet in these countries, but this will probably soon change. As noted CompanyApple has confirmed its expansion in Australia, Canada and Japan official support article.

In the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan, when you buy coverage AppleCare+ for iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch, you can pay monthly or to pay in advance for 24 months of insurance coverage. (For Apple watch edition and Hermes you can pay in advance for 36 months.) If you paid in advance, you can go to mysupport.apple.com to continue coverage* on a monthly basis after 24 or 36 months ends.

Customers can purchase AppleCare+ or AppleCare+ with the theft and loss of Apple devices, paying monthly for a period up to 36 months, not the full price immediately. With AppleCare+, Apple is expanding its technical support for a period of up to two years of Protection from accidental damage.

Users can choose to pay in AppleCare+ plans monthly for the entire two-year period with a discount or pay monthly until cancelled. The price varies depending on the Apple devices that you choose.

Plans AppleCare+ can be purchased via the Apple website, if they are available.

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