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Microsoft has announced that the Zune online subsciption service is coming to Canada. In addition, Microsoft will also drop the price of a Zune Pass to $9.99/month in the US.
Microsoft has announced that from next week it will be reducing the number of devices to which Zune Music Pass subscribers are permitted to download their audio content.
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Microsoft announced today that they will be expanding their Zune marketplace, music and video services to international markets this fall. Microsoft made plans to launch their Zune services internationally earlier this month. Zune will be expanding...
Microsoft is set to launch its Zune Pass subscription service internationally, according to sources familiar with the company's plans. The subscription service is currently only available in the United States. Company officials are working day and...