Sunday, April 23, 2006

iTunes single song pricing to stay at $0.99

Engadget reports that single song pricing on the iTunes Music Store will remain at $0.99 per track, keeping the Apple strategy of low-cost, non-subscription music a reality (for now).  Of course the post does not address the fact that record companies will probably continue to make certain tracks only available as part of a full album purchase and/or continue to charge more than $9.99 per CD.


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