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Old Oct 13, 2003, 02:59 PM   #1
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iTunes Music Price Drop?

With all of the competitors starting up what do you think of the possibilities of Apple dropping the price of music on the iTunes store to $.79 per song.
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If they want to make a profit, they'll have to keep the price where it is, or drop it to no lower than $0.90 cents or so. Approximately $0.65 goes to the record company, doesn't it? Then Apple has to pay for its own expenses.

Maybe $0.79 should just be the sale/clearance price, if "clearance" for a virtual store selling intangible song files makes any sense, whatsoever.
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