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does it cost money to download ipod songs?

i really need 2 no if it cost money 2 downlaod songs from this web site ( www.apple.com/.... som thin lik that) cuz some songs said 99 cent 2 down load n som of them said nothin

so plzzzz answer !

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The songs do cost 99 cents to download, but there are free downloads of the week that are free.

    You can also use Limewire if you want your music to be free, and illegal.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Those that say 99 cent will cost you that $$, most of the songs are free and they are there for the taking. If you give them your credit card number, you can download the ones that cost, if you don't and you only download the free ones you have nothing to worry about as far as charges go. Good luck and have fun! Kelly

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yeah it's 99 cents

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  • 1 decade ago

    If you have all of your favorite songs on CDs then you can download from them onto the computer and then to your iPod...

    If you would rather pay more for your songs, you can go online to Apple and pay $0.99 PER SONG to download.. and those songs can only be played on your iPod...

    I prefer to buy a whole CD for my songs.. first I can listen to them on my stereo when I'm home.. and second I can put them onto my MP3 player or an iPod and listen to them on the go without losing anything when I rebuild my computer's Hard Disk.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, when you download music from the iTunes Music Store it costs 99¢ per song.

    Or you can always put your own CDs and MP3s on it for free...

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, to download them legally in the iTunes Music Store. You can also rip the songs off CDs. DO NOT GET THEM ILLEGALLY!

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  • 1 decade ago

    its one of the legal ways.

    other ways are napster or rhapsody, they are pay-per-month.

    there is also another web service that I know about, it is a russian site and it is about 5 cents per song. as for legality, its gray area.

    limewire.com is a free site, but its legality is questionable as well.

    Source(s): www.napster.com www.rhapsody.com www.allofmp3.com www.limewire.com
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  • 1 decade ago

    yup 99 cents and 9.99 for a cd

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  • 1 decade ago

    yea..like everyone else said its $0.99 but you can download songs for free using one of these programs:

    Limewire: http://www.limewire.com

    Bearshare: http://www.bearshare.com

    Morpheus: http://www.morpheus.com

    Source(s): I used all of these programs, and i recommend them to anyone who asks.
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  • 1 decade ago

    of course it does

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