iTunes Plus Question

ghall

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Jun 27, 2006
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Is there a way to upgrade certain albums to iTunes plus, or do I have to upgrade all the available albums to iTunes plus?

Also, since iTunes plus is now 99¢ per song, why do we still have to pay to upgrade now?
 

WildCowboy

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Jan 20, 2005
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From the iTunes Plus FAQ:

Can I upgrade previously purchased music to iTunes Plus?

Yes. Any available upgrades will be shown on the Upgrade My Library page (Music received for free is not eligible for upgrade.). You can upgrade all music at once by using the Buy button. This replaces all music you've bought previously on iTunes with available iTunes Plus versions of the same music. You cannot choose which songs, music videos or albums to upgrade individually. Song upgrades are available for $0.30, video upgrades for $0.60, and albums for 30% of the album price. iTunes Plus music will continually be added to iTunes, so check back often to find new music available for upgrading.
Now, if only they'd make the upgrades free.
 

ftaok

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Jan 23, 2002
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Is there a way to upgrade certain albums to iTunes plus, or do I have to upgrade all the available albums to iTunes plus?

Also, since iTunes plus is now 99¢ per song, why do we still have to pay to upgrade now?
Probably to cover the bandwidth costs, plus a cut for the label.
 

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