The details were revealed by a Twitter user Jayesh as he posted the screenshots of the App's pricing. The service will be rolled out on June 30 in 100 countries and will be available for USD 9.99 per month, with a family plan for up to six people at USD 14.99 in US.

The music service includes a live radio station called Beats 1, tools to find curated playlists or individual songs and a social music network on which users can comment on music and share it.
Apple commands a broad and loyal following, hundreds of millions of whom already have iPhones in hands and credit cards on file in iTunes accounts.