Microsoft has partially unveiled its Xbox Music service pricing, this through the Windows 8 Music app.

The service will offer unlimited streaming for £8.99 per month or £89.90 per year.

US pricing is expected to be similarly competitive.

In order to use the service on Xbox, you’ll need to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription.

The service is widely expected to launch alongside Windows 8 and Surface on October 26th.

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