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100 song give-away on Japanese iTunes store

updated 06:10 pm EST, Wed December 12, 2007

100 song give-away

Apple today announced a promotion for Japanese iTunes customers, saying that 10 winners will be chosen from entrants from now until January 8th that will win 100 free iTunes songs - a value of approximately 19,000. SetteB.IT reports that Japanese users interested in the promotion can apply using the online registration form, located on Apple's Japanese iTunes website. The promotion doesn't appear to be offered in any other country, and while the prize is a generous one, only 10 winners will be chosen from a country with over 127 million residents.

iTunes has become increasingly popular as more users worldwide embrace digital distribution of goods and services. Television shows were recently announced for the Canadian iTunes music store, offering a wide variety of content CBC and CTV, as well as a handful of choices from American stations like MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon.




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  1. scottrussell

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    yawn

    Sure, it'd be nice to have 100 free songs on iTunes. But this contest is hardly what dreams are made of. Shouldn't Apple have tried to impress us a little harder?

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