|Mar 9, 2004, 11:02 PM||#2|
Looks like they have a good collection of music, but their prices are the highest I've seen. You are restricted to just 3 burns!?
The problem with most traditions is that they are out of date.
|Mar 10, 2004, 12:41 AM||#3|
Australian service...Australian Rates
The tracks aren't going to be 99c because we're not talking US Dollars here. Despite this, the $1.89 per track still equates to about US$1.45, which seems quite high. But given the discount for Bigpond members, you could be downloading at US$1.10 per track. This seems pretty reasonable, considering CDs are more expensive here, dollar for dollar, than in the US.
BUT BRING ON iTUNES!! I know they are working on it for Australia, as I have talked to some of the higher-ups at Apple Australia, but that was last year and they said it should be available first half of 2004! I hope so.
Oh well, my current iTunes purchases stands at 121 songs, from gift vouchers and pepsi codes.
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