That is a good move by Microsoft and fair to all Microsoft fans, who anyway would have bought a Zune player.
The launch date for the Zune player is Nov. 14, 2006 in the United States.
Pre-order of the Zune Player started on Amazon.com.A Zune Pass subscription gives you access to millions of songs for $14.99 per month. You can of course also buy individual songs, like on iTunes.
More details about the available Zune accessories and the pre-loaded content can be found in this press-release. See also this story on the Zune details MS released two weeks ago.
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