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August 09, 2005

Coke Launches NZ Music Site; Price War

NZ Herald: In New Zealand, Coke has entered the market with a new music service, called CokeTunes. With almost 600,000 tracks from more than 12,000 artists, it's easily the country's largest legal source of digital music. Digirama was the previous king, with more than 73,000 tracks.
Coke entered with lower prices and now Digirama lowered it too. With Apple iTunes set to enter the market soon, things will oly get better for the consumer.

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