On the heels of Microsoft’s Zune HD announcement (which we’ll discuss a little later on today), we came across this silly promotional video touting the supposed massive savings of Microsoft’s “Zune Pass” subscription service over outright purchasing your downloads.
In the video, “Certified Financial Planner” Wes Moss fast-talks his way through some 30-second math, informing the viewer it will cost an unfathomable thirty-thousand dollars to fill an iPod (presumably at $0.99 a song), while Zune’s unlimited subscription is only $14.99 a month.
Let’s skip over the fact that the $15 a month until the day you decide to stop listening to music adds up to infinity dollars, or that you already paid for at least half the music you’ll ever listen to for the rest of your life. He’s dressed so sharply yet business casual, how can I not trust him?
[youtube width=”500″ height=”305″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_ExogURaeI[/youtube]
Tags: Digital Media, Microsoft, Zune
Categorised in: Slick Pitches