We use Verizon, and each of our lines are eligible for the "free Apple Music" promo. My family is on an Amazon Music family plan right now, and we all share the same playlists under the same ID (in other words, the family plan simply allows us to listen on multiple devices - we don't take advantage of multiple users). We're Apple everything in our household, so I'm wanting to drop Amazon Music and move to Apple Music full time... #1 because it'll be free if we can make this work, and #2 because besides our Windows computers, we're literally all Apple - phones, tablets, Apple TV's on each TV. The problem is, I can't figure out how to make this work without either signing up for a family plan, or logging into each device with our primary Apple account and just hoping we don't try and play music at the same time. I guess each line could log in with their own Apple ID's, but then we wouldn't be able to really share playlists and keep them synced up. I could also sign up for a family plan on my ID, which would solve all of the problems - except for it being free. And I can't find any info anywhere stating whether or not we'd get a credit towards the family plan by having that promo on our line or not... which would still be helpful. Anyway, Verizon is the biggest carrier in the U.S., so I can't imagine I'm the only one trying to figure this out, so I figured I'd post it on a forum or two I've used in the past in the hopes that there might be a good solution to this first world problem! TIA.