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Lankyman

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Why does iTunes not inform the buyer about a products file size before purchase? I was thinking of purchasing a TV series from iTunes which has 20 episodes, each an hour long, in SD. This would obviously eat into my monthly download allowance with my ISP but by how much? I know one can find out after the download has taken place but it's a bit late by then.
 

BreakGuy

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I agree that the file sizes should be listed for all items excluding music files. Here is what I found from Apple.

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Lankyman

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I agree that the file sizes should be listed for all items excluding music files. Here is what I found from Apple.

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Thanks, that's useful. Pity though that as said previously the file size isn't listed with the price of the product. Perhaps they think it may put buyers off? :rolleyes:
 
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