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Apple posts Pepsi-iTunes teaser: \"More than pop\"

updated 11:25 am EST, Tue January 20, 2004

Pepsi-iTunes teaster

Apple has posted a , during which both companies will giveaway 100 million songs from the iTunes Music Store. It will begin with Pepsi's TV campaign during the Superbowl on February 1st. The page allows users to be notified when the promo begins and touts a "More than pop" message: "soul. metal. funk. rock. rap. punk. more than pop. jazz. country. and blues. 100 million free songs. 1 in 3 wins."




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Europe.

    And once again we are left behind in Europe. Hallo Apple, the world is not just the U.S.

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    Who?

    Who is eaving Europe behind this time? Not Apple, who is just selling Pepsi 100 Million songs, but Pepsi, who decided not to give any away in Europe.

    Also, I don't think it is fair to say that Apple has left Europe behind, in terms of the iTMS. It looks like the only reason Apple doesn't have a store there has been because negotiations with the record labels there is more difficult. I think it is safe to say that Apple wants to sell Europeans songs too.

    So stop whining.

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    Re: Europe

    Europe who? Who cares? I don't.
    What has Europe done for Apple?
    Nothing.

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    Europe's Problem

    Negotiations with the EU has been the stumbling block for selling music via iTunes. Don't blame Apple, blame your Mega-Governing Body.

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    re: Who? / Europe

    No iTMS, no Apple store, products released 2 month after the U.S. (iPod mini) etc.

    And to the person who wrote “Europe who? Who cares? I don't”. This is exactly why more and more people hate the U.S. And that’s a scheme, coz we are still some people outside the U.S., who despite people like you, still like the U.S.

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    THE USA

    people dont like the rich kid . period . nothing to do with how the US treats others .

    No matter how we treat the world we will be the evil spoiled americans aka Fat b******* .

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    Europe´s Problem

    The EU has nothing to do with negotiations. The EU may be a Mega Governing body, like the U.S. Government, but they still do not have anything to do with negotiations.

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    the usa?

    u get how u treat. usa is not the only rich kid in the world.

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    The USA


    Per person, we here in Scandinavia make at least as much as people in the U.S. But people around the world do not seem to hate us, and I have been in many countries, even a year in the U.S.

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    europe

    Apple s European price stratagy is going mad again.we always paid ridiculious prices here in europe for apple products. starting with iMac the prices came back to a reasonable point but Apple is now again charging more in europe, shipping products later, latest services are not avaible. and the bad news is i see no plans for a future apple strategy in europe. i m losing my faith

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