iTunes Europe sells 800K songs in first week, 450K in UK

“Apple’s online music service iTunes has reported sales of 800,000 songs since it opened its European store last week.

An Apple spokesman said 450,000 of the tunes sold since the store opened had been bought by consumers in the UK.

The service offers music fans in the UK, France and Germany over 700,000 songs for 79p or 0.99 euros each.

Apple’s chief executive Steve Jobs claimed iTunes was already “Europe’s top online music store” and had outsold rival OD2 by 16 times in the past week.”

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