Few days ago, we have shared a story of our reader, which claims that she didn’t charge for renewal of its MobileMe services, we told her that it might be a bill miss statement, but now it’s clear that why she didn’t charge for MobileMe renewal services. As you know it’s highly rumored that Apple is going to revamp its MobileMe service and will include its Cloud based music service in it, also it was rumored that Apple will launch this update at the WWDC at June 6. According to some rumors, it was also rumored that Apple will stop charging the fees of MobileMe services with this revamp.

Today TUAW also reported, that the Apple will going to stop charging the fees of MobileMe services, and also their report confirms that Apple will include its cloud based music service in MobileMe.

It’s been a perennial rumor that Apple will stop charging $99/year for much of its MobileMe service. The rumors have always suggested Apple will offer basic services (like email and over-the-air device syncing) for free, while paying subscribers will have access to things like website hosting, online photo galleries, storage options through iDisk, and now potentially wireless streaming of music via the rumored iCloud service.

So after all this, we are come to this point, if your services going to end, so then wait for some time, until the Apple not kicked out the revamped of its MobileMe services.