September 15, 2004

UK consumer group questions Apple's pricing of its iTunes Music service

Oh ow, this spells problems for Apple, it's been all over the news: The price of downloading a song from iTunes in the United Kingdom is 79 pence, equal to US$1.40. In France and Germany, it is 99 euro cents, or $1.20. "There appears to be considerable evidence that the iTunes setup is prejudiced against the UK public and distorts the very basis of the single market," according to the group's statement.

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