The pricing plan for Microsoft’s new Xbox Music streaming service appears to have been leaked.
Payment tiers and some features have been uncovered in screenshots from the Windows 8 Music app and a beta version of an Xbox Live dashboard update, which provides testers with a chance to try the service on Microsoft’s console.
The service, which was announced in June, will allow unlimited music streaming or downloads to a Windows PC, tablet, Xbox 360 or phone for £8.99 a month.
There’s also a 12-month subscription offer for £89.90. The Verge reports that there will also be a free ad-supported service similar to Spotify along with a scan-and-match locker service.
A “single-tier dual subscription streaming service” is also mentioned, which the site speculates could point to a unified music and video package.
A Verge source sent screenshots from the Xbox dashboard beta, which also revealed a 14-day free trial offer and the Xbox Music user interface. A ‘Save To Playlist’ option suggests that music will be able to be synched across devices for offline play.