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Zunelicious

Zunelicious is a blog that covers Microsoft's new Zune MP3 player, and all the news that goes along with it.

Friday, September 29, 2006

Well...here's a response to the Subscription pricing from David Caulton over at www.Zunester.com

"Well, that's just under $15/month, which is not coincidently about the same as Napster, Rhapsody, etc... for portable subscriptions.

To be clear, Zune is mighty fine without subscription, so you can still buy songs ala carte like itunes or just bring your existing music collection into Zune. "

-Charlie
posted by zunelicious, 3:33 AM

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