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“iTunes Pricing Analyzed”

Peter Kim, Associate Editor for O’Grady’s Powerpage writes an article with comparisons between Apple’s iTunes Music Store pricing vs. singles, subscriptions and file swapping.

“Already, debate has heated up about pricing on the iTunes Music Store, both in and outside the music community. Competing services claim their unlimited monthly fees are a better option to Apple’s pricey .99 per song / $4.95 - $9.95 an album. Some users are already complaining that traditional CDs are a better deal. It all depends on how you look at it.”

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