Itunes Now DRM Free! Pricing Changes

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  1. Ixnay566

    Ixnay566 New Member

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    Hey everyone, just though I would let you all know, in case you haven't heard. Songs purchased in Itunes is now DRM free. Also, the price ranges have been set from .69 to 1.29. If you wanna read more: http://www.apple.com/itunes/whatsnew/

    Could be old news, but it's new to me and figured it could be new to someone else.
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    iatmyhome Banned

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    thanks ...
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    1.29 = expensive
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    lokijuu105 New Member

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    Damn, they even changed the pricing on Amazon music. Its as if they asking people to pirate music
  5. MrBrightside

    MrBrightside Active Member

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    Play.com prices are still 65p (ish).
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    it was DRM free the day they announced it at the keynote, pricing change happen now.

    it was a trade off, apple gets DRM free, labels bet to choose prices
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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Hmm... 59p, 79p or 99p for UK iTunes. I'll stick with CD's I think.
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    This is some iBullsh*t! The DRM free, I can deal with. But 1.29 for a freakin music download?... Really! As if apple is really having financial problems

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    greedy b*tches. If it wasn't for the convenient mobile iTunes store, I'd stop buying from them. But I'm sure loads of other people are stopping. They should change the name of iTunes to iWantMoney
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    Ha that's correct as Wyatt2987 was saying I'm from Australia and the songs are like $1.69 to $2.19 by the way it's so expensive and no way it's not worth it.
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    this is so infuriating! i dont see how they could think raising prices could be a good decision, people dont really have the money to pay 1.29 for music. im so mad ugh. im positive i will stop buying from itunes. that extra .30 adds up and i cant afford and im sure a lot of people are thinking the same thing.
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    nice rant. good points. iTunes sould be iSuck

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