Microsoft continues its price assault on Apple and its not the laptops they are targeting now. The new ad shows Wes Moss, a Certified Financial Planner comparing the price of songs bought on iTunes and Zune Pass, Microsoft’s subscription based service. He claims a 120GB iPod takes $30,000 to fill up to its capicity while a user with a Zune Pass will take as low as $15 a month and also allow 10 songs to keep in a month.
The ad is debatable when it comes to filling up the device but Zune Pass sounds to be a fair deal. The fact that it allows to keep 10 songs in a month and considering each song price of $1, a user will effectively pay $5 for downloading in addition to listening to unlimited number of tracks, which is not possible in iTunes.
[Via Ars Technica]