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Napster drops its UK prices to match iTunes

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 13 Jan 2005 11:52 User comments (2)

Napster drops its UK prices to match iTunes Legal online music store Napster has decided to drop its per-song and per-album prices in the United Kingdom to match the current prices of Apple's iTunes service.
Napster's new price for one track is 0.79 (€1.12, $1.49) and for one album 7.95 (€11.32 , $14.96) -- exactly the same as iTunes. However, iTunes has been under heavy criticism in the UK due the fact that its pricing in the UK is far more expensive than in the United States (where one track costs $0.99) and in the mainland Europe (where one track costs €0.99), so Napster's price cut isn't exactly a dramatic one.

Source: Silicon.com

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2 user comments

113.1.2005 17:04

Ah, the effects of "Capitalism" at work.

213.1.2005 18:44

yeah and they can't download from the american server

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