Apple officially cuts DRM-free track prices to $.99 – Engadget

October 17, 2007 at 7:58 am

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In a move which can only be described as unsurprising, Apple has officially announced plans to lower the price of its iTunes Plus offerings (AKA iTunes sans-DRM) to $.99, instead of the higher-priced premium of $1.29. Old Jobsy claims that the decision was made due to the popularity of the unlocked, higher quality tracks with customers, saying, “It’s been very popular with our customers, and we’re making it even more affordable…”

And yet, The Pirate Bay is still only $0.00 per song. Guess they got Apple by the balls, eh…

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