Telecom tunes for less
Telecom has cut the price of downloads from its Music Store from a whopping $3.50 to the more competitive $1.99, it announced today.
With the launch last week of iTunes NZ (songs from $1.79), and the November entry of Vodafone to the online download market (songs for $1.99), Telecom’s revised price point has come in line with the new industry standard.
Telecom’s Music Store allows customers to download a track to their mobile phone, up to three Windows PCs, and burn copies on up to five CDs, all for the now-very-reasonable price of $1.99.
Of course, you do still need to own a Music Store-capable Telecom mobile phone before you can start downloading.
How does Telecom stack up? Here’s what the competition are charging: