Zune Pass – the Microsoft Zune subscription service that allows users to download an unlimited number of tracks during the subscription period as well as permanently retain up to ten music tracks a month is now possibly coming to the UK. A few users in the UK have noticed that they may now purchase a Zune Pass subscription from Zune.net although it is still not possible to stream music to the Zune PC software using a UK based Windows Live ID.
These are however likely to be ironed out once the subscription service becomes official in the UK – which is expected soon. For now, however, the subscription price is known. To begin with, users may sign up for a free 14-day trial period. Once the trial period is over, users may pick between two subscription periods – A 1 month pass is available at a price of £8.99 while the alternative 3 month subscription Zune Pass is available at a price of £26.97.
Is this price attractive enough?