Napster - the outfit that shares a name with a bygone music piracy pioneer sued into oblivion - is back with a new $5-per-month streaming/download hybrid plan following its purchase by Best Buy last year. For a fiver a month, US subscribers can now stream music from Napster's claimed catalog of over 7 million songs as well as …
If this new Crapster is US only, shouldn't it be "Where's Waldo?"
US > UK
Nice.. so they get it for $5/mo in the US and we are stuck with paying £9.95/mo or roughly 3x the price.
Spotify need not worry yet.
If Napster came here at that price I think it would be hard to NOT sign up!
I want to pay ~20-30p per song to download DRM free mp3's / flac's from a catalogue of all the worlds music and put these songs on any device of my choosing, make backups and share them with small numbers of close friends...
Which part of this don't the serial FAILS that run the music "business" understand...?
Left my cake out in the rain
so basically it's a buck a track, given you can stream music for free elsewhere. Clearly this is a BARGAIN and will end piracy for ever.
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