Wednesday, April 6, 2011

High-rated mp3 albums with 99 classical pieces on them, costing $2.50-$5.00 now 99 cents.

This is just a pointer to an updated entry today with regard to finding low-cost mp3 albums that qualify us for the 20GB Cloud Drive.  The album I bought for $2.49 and one that was $5.00 that I almost bought are both 99 cents ($0.99) currently (priced back to normal later).  While I'm highlighting one I like, this is happening for other genres too.

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  1. Thank you so much for this information Andrys. Again, you have the best Kindle blog around. Proud to follow you on twitter.

  2. theiphonedoc,
    Thanks for the nice words again :-)
    Hope you got some good music from it this, I sure did - Had not visited the mp3 area that much before.

    Checked out your site - lots of good info. If I get an iPhone someday (my phone is 4.5 yrs old now), I know where to go!


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