Amazon mp3 store to be made available outside U.S.
If you consider yourself an audiophile that lives outside the US, acquiring music online can sometimes be a bummer. Now, the latest offering of Amazon could probably help you out.
They have released an announcement that they will be launching Amazon Mp3 this year giving access to music lovers to one of the biggest collection of online songs. Details in the full article.
If you live outside the US and simply can’t get enough of music, Amazon‘s latest release would probably make you smile. On January 27, 2008, the Amazon MP3 was launched to begin rolling to foreign shores this year.
With over 3.3 million songs to choose from, it’s enough music to last a whole lifetime. The songs found in their collection are compatible with most digital music-capable device, the PC, MAC, iPod, Zune, Zen, iPhone, RAZR, and even BlackBerry.
Don’t worry about the cost when getting your music. Majority of the songs are priced from 89 cents to 99 cents. Most albums are price from US$ 5.99 to US$9.99. The top 100 albums are worth US$ 8.99 or less, unless marked otherwise.
Regarding this latest offer, Bill Carr, Amazon.com Vice President of Digital music said:
We have received thousands of e-mails from Amazon customers around the world asking us when we will make Amazon MP3 available outside of the U.S. They can’t wait to choose from the biggest selection of high-quality, low-priced DRM-free MP3 music downloads which play on virtually any music device they own today or will own in the future
We are excited to tell those customers today that Amazon MP3 is going international this year.
Amazon MP3, the world’s biggest collection of online songs, is now ready to take on the world with it services. If you want, feel free to check it out yourself.