Three Last.fm hours per month for Silver Live members (maybe)

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 1 July 2009 08:40 GMT

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Live GM Christina DeRosa has told Joystiq that the service’s Silver members may be granted limited access to Last.fm for free.

“Silver users will be able access what we’re considering a trial period of three hours a month, which comes with video advertising,” she said.

“Gold users will have unlimited ad-supported access, so they can use it 24 hours a day. There will also be a premium offering on a subscription basis from Last.fm, that will be commercial free and will also have more sophisticated personalization features, like Loved Tracks.”

Last.fm launches on 360 this autumn. Thanks, Destructoid.

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