$0.69/£0.59 Pricing Removed from iTunes?

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  1. 156457 macrumors 6502

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    After just a few clicks around and a quick look through the charts on the US and UK iTunes store, it seems the cheaper variant of pricing is gone? I can't find one song with the lower pricing anywhere.

    I know on the UK there used to be a section of 'The Best £0.59 Songs', which now no longer seems to exist.

    Am I the only one thinking Apple only added the cheaper price just temporarily to stop an up-roar? I think it's atrocious they think they can do this. I would of rather every song be left at just £0.79.

    Thanks
     
  2. Sky Blue Guest

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    There is still $.69 songs in the US. Obviously, stuff in the charts is going to be newer so it won't be on the lowest price point.
     
  3. Cousin Dirk macrumors 6502a

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    To be fair, there was never exactly a lot of the cheaper songs on iTunes.
     
  4. 156457 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    What's also strange though is that one of the songs that was £0.59 in the UK when the variable pricing first started was 'Shake It' by 'Metro Station', this was quite high in the chart at the time and nearly three months later it's £0.79?
     
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