Amazon, Rhapsody, Walmart and LaLa All Adapt To iTunes New Pricing

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It seems that a bunch of the other major Digital Media Delivery services have all bumped their prices for high demand song to $1.29 or slightly lower. It is no shock that Walmart one of the most disgusting greedy businesses in the country would do this. However, it is odd that Amazon who was always praised for their low prices adapted to this practice. In similar news, Gizmodo goes on the hunt for a $.69 iTunes track. I have already asserted that I think there will be a TON of $.69 tracks as time goes on.

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