JB Hi-Fi Now Priced From $6.67 A Month

Back in August, JB Hi-Fi announced plans for a subscription streaming music service known as JB Hi-Fi Now and said it would appear before the end of the year. Its launch seems imminent, with the site now offering a link to register for further information.

The one new bit of information that emerges from that sign-up process is the price, which is said to be “from” $6.67 a month — a figure which suggests a price of $80 for a 12-month subscription. I’m too old-fashioned to prefer a streaming service over permanent ownership of physical media, but it’s good to see some competition emerging.

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