By Anton D. Nagy | January 21, 2014 8:10 AM
As we heard on January 13, Beats Music has officially launched in the US today, with all of its 20 million tracks. For the moment, iPhone users have the advantage of using the service first, as the iOS client is already available to download. There are also links on Beats Music’s home page for Google and Windows stores, but these lead to nowhere for the moment.
The regular subscription goes for $9.99 per month but if you’re on AT&T “you can get the Beats Music Family Plan with 5 accounts across 10 devices for $14.99/month. So everyone in your family can listen to what’s right for them. Exclusive 90 day free offer for AT&T wireless customers”. Non-AT&T customers can only enjoy a free seven-day trial of the service that claims to be different than other offerings through combining “the trust that comes from excellent hand-picked music with the personalization that knows you’re an individual and that a handful of stations can’t satisfy all listeners”.
Update: Look for the Beats WP8 app to land this Friday.