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  1. £2 a week sounds good. I’d enjoy being able to listen to the whole thing; better than iTunes’ 30-second previews.

    I still don’t buy the term “subscription” though. It’s rental, surely?

    Comment by pauldwaite — Thursday 14 February 2008 @ 10:49 pm

  2. @paul: subscription, rental - nearly the same thing. Subscription (I read it) is where you subscribe to a service and you get stuff through that service. Rental would be renting the individual tracks - which would have an incremental price for each track. Not much of a distinction, really, but I think subscription is more accurate.

    Comment by Charles — Thursday 14 February 2008 @ 11:27 pm

  3. @Charles “I think subscription is more accurate”. I think not. If I subscribe to a magazine, it turns up regularly and I get to keep it. If I rent a car I don’t get to keep it. This really sound like rental radio (now where have I heard that before?) like the satellite broadcasters Sirius and XM in the US.

    Comment by EMComments — Friday 15 February 2008 @ 12:37 am

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