JB Hi-Fi have launched their unique method of selling music, at least in beta form, to customers willing to take the plunge into the world of cloud computing.
The delivery system, called JB Hi-Fi Now, is based on customers paying a subscription for three, six or twelve months and being able to stream music from over 100,000 artists on demand.
In beta format, the service will only be able to stream to computers, but once it launches properly, mobile devices will also be included.
Customers who sign up now can get a month’s free access. It doesn’t require a credit card, just a mobile phone number.
If you’re keen to continue paying up, you can pay $25 for three months, $50 for six months ($8.33/month) or $80 for a full year ($6.67/month).
JB Hi-Fi have a little YouTube clip that doesn’t really explain a whole lot. Check it out below:
To sign up to the music subscription service and have a free one month play around, head on over to JB Hi-Fi Now, now.
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