The Beats Music service goes live today in the U.S. with a monthly fee of $9.99 per month or $14.99 for a family of five if you’re an AT&T customer. The service was made official by Beats last week and is available right as expected on Jan 21. Dedicated applications of Beats Music simultaneously launches on Android as well as iOS, although there’s no mention of a Beats Audio app in the Google Play Store at the time of this writing.
The service is actually quite neat and they’re even giving users 7 days of free trial to try out the service before they take the call to pay the monthly fees. AT&T members of course get the added perk of getting up to 10 devices from 5 people in a family for as little as $14.99 per month, so it’s quite a capable service overall.
Beats Music will take on the likes of Spotify and Google Play Music All Access which have cemented its positions in the music streaming service, but Beats Music will hope to make some inroads given the vast collection of music and recognition it has in the music industry.
Source: Beats Music
Via: Android Central