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Re: Tesco: Taking a Bite Out of Apple's iTunes
Posted by: Anonymous 2004-11-10 10:32:48
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Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket chain, has in recent years turned both its Web site and its non-food line into lucrative parts of its overall portfolio. The chain's decision to combine the winning elements of both by selling music downloads via Tesco.com should therefore come as little surprise. The new music download site includes over 400,000 tracks priced at 0.79 pounds (US$1.47) each -- the same price as Apple's iTunes and a penny less than competitors Virgin and Mycokemusic.com.


Re: Tesco: Taking a Bite Out of Apple's iTunes
Posted by: MiddleEarth 2004-11-10 10:47:33 In reply to: Anonymous
Tesco has gone down market, competing on price and forgetting about quality. No way they are going to take a nibble out of Apple let alone a bite. They may get a crumb or two.
Seeing as this article is vaguely related to Macs shouldn't it have been published on LinuxInsider?
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