Yahoo! Music doubles service price

By Mikael Hoffman on October 27, 2005, 2:54 AM
Yahoo has announced it will double the price of its online music subscription service for MP3 players. The service currently costs $6.99, but will be increased to $11.99 starting November 1. Even with the increase in price, Yahoo's music service will still be cheaper than similar competing services such as Napster and RealNetworks' Rhapsody, both charge ~$15 per month.

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fiziks said:
ooo yay(sarcasm)... are they trying to decrease the amount of users on the yahoo music database
Mikael said:
A lot of people actually didn't expect the promotion to last this long!
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