For those readers who are interested in the upcoming Xbox Music service, we've got a bit more information for you. Images of the tiers and pricing have reportedly leaked out onto the web, and we have of course brought them here for your viewing pleasure. The service will allow music to be downloaded and synced across Xbox, Windows, and Windows Phone devices.
According to the images, users will be able to subscribe for either one month or twelve months for a price of $15 and $150, respectively. In the image, an option of a 14-day free trial is visible. Other sources are reporting that a free advertising-supported option will be available, similar in function to Spotify or Pandora.
The announcement is expected to come closer to Windows 8, which will come at the end of October. Microsoft has been dealing with record labels to make sure they have the legal right to stream and store the music in a digital locker accessible by various devices. It will be interesting to see how the ad-supported version functions.