March 26, 2007 4:35 AM PDT

Sprint to cut mobile phone song price to 99 cents

Sprint cuts its digital music download fee to match prices at iTunes in a challenge to the leading Internet music service.

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How much DRM?
Price alone won't get people to purchase downloaded music. Nowadays you have to ask how much DRM? Does the music "disappear" after so many days or can I copy it to my other mobile devices? Or burn it to a CD? If not, than that devalues the item.
Posted by bobby_brady (765 comments )
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Still to expensive
If they want to compete in any way with apple, especially with the new iphone coming out.. then will need to buy their way into customers hearts by offering a lower pricepoint.

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