Michael Robertson's MP3tunes has introduced a tiered subscription model for its music locker service. The first 25GB of space for users' songs will continue to be free (and ad-supported), but if they want up to 50GB of space, they'll need to pay $39.95 a year (the price for 100GB and 200GB is $79.95 and $139.95 respectively). What about existing users who've got more than 25GB of songs stored on the service? An email explains: “Since your locker is currently above the new 25GB limit we ask that you utilize our space management tools located in the Tune Up area of our website to remove any duplicates or untagged files.” It''s unclear what happens if they don''t.
MP3tunes shifts to tiered subscription model
April 23rd, 2008 by Music Ally