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Yesterday Microsoft announced Kinect Voice and Zune Pass for Australian consumers. What’s the voice and music experience like? There’s only one way to find out.
Without fanfare, Microsoft now offers Zune fans an all-you-can-eat yearly subscription for $US150 (previously, you were limited to $US15 month-by-month access). Like the incremental plan, you’ll still be able to keep 10 tracks per month. [Ars Technica]
So this morning, Microsoft announced a bit of an international expansion for their Zune service. Here’s what it means for Aussies.
I haven’t attained new music very regularly in years since the days I actually respected FM content. Between the modern choice—buying tracks, subscribing to a service or stealing it—I’m just not getting enough exposure to try before I download. Last night, things changed in a way that I hope paves the way for the future of buying music.