Microsoft is retiring Zune services today

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Back in September, Microsoft announced that the company will be retiring Zune services on November. Well, it’s time — Microsoft will retiring Zune services anytime now. If you used Zune previously, you will no longer be able to stream or download content to your device from the Zune Music Service. In case you still own a Zune device, you will be able to use a music player. It’s worth noting that existing Zune Music Pass subscribers will be converted to Groove Music Pass subscribers. Microsoft states:

Existing Zune Music Pass subscriptions will be converted to Groove Music Pass subscriptions. If you’ve received a 25-digit code and it doesn’t work, wait until the day of the month your subscription began before trying again. If you don’t know what day that is, you can find it in yourMicrosoft account, or you can contact Xbox Support. (For example, if your annual subscription began on February 5, then it would be the 5th of the month.)

Farewell, Zune.

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