Apple considering "all you can eat" iTunes

fury

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I'd buy that for a dollar

fake edit: actually, depending on the price of the all you can eat, I might actually go for it.
 

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i think i'll stick to limewire unless this is kinda cheap.
But businesss wise i think its a good idea
 

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I heard possibly only for iPod/iPhone users
 

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It does not make sense. I am not sure how they will make money, unless the fee is very high.
 

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I'd only go for this if the songs aren't rendered useless after a certain period of time, seems stupid to me in that case.
 
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I pay 9 bucks a month for Yahoo! Music, which I think is well worth it. You can listen to the songs for as long as you subscribe, then when you cancel, they expire.

(Unless of course you do some googling and download a program or two.)
 

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My husband read me something about this in the newspaper this am that made it seem like it would happen. hmmm....
 

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If they made the price 1000 dollars - no doubt I would buy this. Imagine it. ALL of the iTunes library at your fingertips.
 

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I was being facetious really, but you can listen to them anywhere. If you got a few minutes to spare...

The industry is moving this way and Apple is not one to lag behind on these matters, so I'm sure it will happen soon.
 

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you can download from seeqpod on a desktop though
 

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Meh sure, but I mean all you can eat iTunes? Thats pretty much a dream. If I didn't catch up on a show like 3 years ago - I can download it. It just wouldn't work right with NBC shows. =/
 

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I still never watched the last episode of 24 last season. I can't hardly muster a care now.
 

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I was | | close to buying Lost seasons one and two today, but I realized one of the people at my church own ALL of them.

By the way, thats really really close.
 

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I was | | close to buying Lost seasons one and two today, but I realized one of the people at my church own ALL of them.

By the way, thats really really close.
Worth it. That's how I got hooked, watching season one all in one shot. THE BEST.
 

acosmichippo

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meh... call me crazy, but i'd still rather have a CD.