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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPod touch Apps' started by OS X Dude, Jul 9, 2008.
Anyone know what Monkey Ball will cost in the UK on Friday from the App Store? £7.99?
An interesting point raised - does Apple have *any* excuse to have differing prices across countries, when the exchange rate is taken into account? Will there be a country by country difference, or 1 price for America, 1 for the rest of the world?
Here's hoping it's US dollar converted into your local currency pricing.
hopefully it'll be £5 ($10) but i can just see evil Apple swap the $ sign for a £ sign....
That was the reason I posted this thread for we UK iTunes buyers.
Or why not just make a phoney US account like most people do on Xbox 360/PS3 to get downloadable games early/cheaper?
I'm wary of these kinds of sites, i'd rather do it myself.
Monkey Ball and all other games seem to be £5.99 - BARGAIN!
Yep, just seen it on the app store at £5.99
What is cheaper by todays rates....? $10 or £6??????
How is that done!? Ive been trying to do this for ages and have never heard of this work around!
Once you have set up the account you can purchase US iTunes Vouchers online on certain sites or eBay..... Then you can buy stuff too!!!
eBay have changed their policy on Digital Delivery so you will have to wait for the actual voucher to be delivered now tho!
$10, but not by much. Don't forget that the UK price includes VAT.