Return to ads
All categories
Wal Mart

Wal Mart

Posted by
Posting ads for 51 years
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, said it is starting to sell downloaded music without copyright-protection software at a price lower than what has been offered by Apple Inc.'s iTunes Store.

Music is available online from record labels including Universal Music Group and EMI Group Plc for 94 cents a track and $9.22 an album, Wal-Mart said. Apple said in May that it would sell songs without digital-rights-management software for $1.29 each and continue offering copy-protected versions for 99 cents.

While Apple's digital-rights-management software helps stop illegal copying, songs can be played only on Apple's iPod. Wal-Mart said its digital tracks are in the standard MP3 format and can be played on Apple's iPod or iPhone and Microsoft Corp.'s Zune.
Reply to this ad
Recently viewed ads
Saved ads
Please log in to browse your saved adverts or sign up if you don't have an account yet.
Popular Stuff