Music site tries floating price tags

By Julio Franco
Jan 9, 2004
  1. A little known online music store is experimenting with a new pricing system in which most songs start out costing a dime, and their prices fluctuate from there based on customer demand.

    The 10-cent songs are a temporary phenomenon. Like every other music service, MusicRebellion has fixed costs it must pay music labels and other rights holders and is taking a substantial loss at that price. But the company hopes that the promotion will help show other e-commerce services the benefits of floating prices.

    Read more: CNet News.
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