Facebook is already covering the procedure as part of its insurance benefits, the company said. Apple plans to offer coverage starting in January, according to report by NBC News.
The relatively new practice of freezing eggs allows women to put their fertility on hold so they can still have children later in life.
It's an unusual "perk" and the technology giants appear to be the first major employers to offer such coverage for non-medical reasons.
Egg freezing allows women to focus on advancing their careers during peak childbearing years without sacrificing their fertility.
But some critics argue that companies are encouraging women to put work ahead of motherhood.