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Record Labels Push for iTunes Price Hike 971

Posted by michael
from the cash-cow dept.
csteinle writes "Looks like the major labels are getting their own way again. The New York Post reports that the price per track may be going up to $1.25, while the per album price for some albums could go as high as $16.99. The Register has its own take on this, too. Aren't you glad you starting paying for downloaded music?" Update: 05/07 19:15 GMT by M : Apple says their prices won't increase.
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Record Labels Push for iTunes Price Hike

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