#1
If i download Rhapsody do i only pay $10 per month, with every song free to download as long as i'm a subscriber? Or is it only free to stream music, and i have to pay for each song individually?
#2
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In addition to its subscription service, Rhapsody sells MP3s individually via their "Rhapsody MP3" service.
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#3
You can download almost any song (theres those few "album only" songs, but itunes pulls that bs too) for $10 a month. I use it, and I love it, but you have to connect your mp3 player every 30 days, or the songs won't play.
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You can download almost any song (theres those few "album only" songs, but itunes pulls that bs too) for $10 a month. I use it, and I love it, but you have to connect your mp3 player every 30 days, or the songs won't play.

It's exactly like Zune Marketplace was, when I had my first gen Zune. I got a Zune Pass, let me download EVERYTHING I wanted for like around $10 bucks a month, but they would partially "Expire" every 30 or so days, and I wouldn't always have the chance to plug it into the computer..

I ended up going back to iTunes and iPod. I don't know, I just love the iPod Touch.