iTunes Plus Tracks Really Officially 99 Cents Each

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In case you only believe things once they are in press release form, you'll be happy to hear that Apple's official statement re-confirms what we already confirmed yesterday: iTunes Plus DRM-free tracks will now cost 99-cents across the board. Like some of you commenters have already pointed out, competition is a sweet thing indeed. UPDATE: According to Phil at Apple 2.0, "The Upgrade My Library feature...is still charging existing customers 30% extra for DRM-free songs." So keep an eye on that. [Apple]

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kaisermachead
kaisermachead

@spaceman37: No. You still have to pay to upgrade them. Just to note also, more and more stuff is turning DRM free.

@uberfu: At .99, I don't think there's much point. I believe that these DRM tracks now completely replace the DRM counterparts. Schweet.