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Amazon MP3 finally heading to Europe?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Jun 2008 13:07 User comments (3)

Amazon MP3 finally heading to Europe? According to a new report in the British Telegraph, the giant e-tailer Amazon is in talks to finally bring its popular Amazon MP3 store to Europe, and even as early as October.
The report says senior Amazon officials have been in talks with British labels to strike deals that would allow for the DRM-free store to open in the UK in October.

When the store launched in the US last year, Amazon had promised that a 2008 international launch was imminent and that it was likely to expand to Canada, Japan, and regions in Europe.

The British launch is sure to have a bigger impact in the UK then the US store is having in North America, as there are very few online stores that make DRM-free tracks available in the UK, and iTunes does not have the dominant market share that it has in the States.

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3 user comments

123.6.2008 13:11

i was this close to saying "finally" but then again i dont really feel the urge to pay for the music :P

223.6.2008 15:34
nobrainer
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Regional credit card price fixing ahoy, because apple iTunes wouldn't bend over and lube up for the a$$hats that are the RIAA, Amazon get to instead.

or will i be eating my hat.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 23 Jun 2008 @ 15:36

323.6.2008 15:36

and the loss of how many millions due to delaying it for years because the media mafia has to regoinize and price gouge every lil thing.....

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