I can't purchase music from Itunes USA as my account is linked to ITunes India(Indian credit card) and ITunes-India is music less.
I can't purchase an ITune USA gift card from ebay India because they dont sell.
I can't purchase an ITune Usa gift card from Itune store because they only ship to USA.
I don't want to use somebody else's Itune account.
I can't buy mp3s from Amazon mp3s because that is for US customers only.
Napster has become free again.
Where else can I purchase music legally from?
Is legalsounds(and its many clones) legal?
Have you ever bought from Rhapsody.com?
What about from Walmart music?
Why did I not get a Zune?
How do I tell the little voice inside my head that thinks piracy is wrong to shut the hell up and go away.
I remember there used to be a site based in Russia (allofmp3.com) -- that used a loophole, or something in Russia law to sell mp3s at cut rate prices, world wide. I knew of a few people that purchased from that site.
The RIAA sued them for trillions of dollars. And allofmp3 actually won -- was declared as legal. It may be moot though, as the site folded.
Whoa I can't believe how close I actually came to contemplating the idea of paying for an mp3. I don't know what was going on with me when I asked this, like i had an attack of conscious of something(This isn't like me and its worrying), whatever it was, its now gone and I'm back to normal. I promise to do something despicable to balance things out a bit.
Arvind, you can email them informing about your issue. They might do the needful.
Joined: Jul 14, 2007
Its not just ITune India, its pretty much all of Asia which is devoid of content. I don't know why that is, have heard many theories about it ranging from piracy concerns to local governments playing a part in making them not want to sell in this part of the world. With a more globalized world it would be interesting to see how this play out in the near future. The revenue potential could be staggering as a result of millions of new customers coming on board if that was allowed and provided they were willing to pay for music. I hope MS gets its act together and takes a leading role in helping open up some of these newer markets.