Until September 2, Optus' online music store is selling individual tracks for 99 cents each (rather than the typical iTunes-matching $1.69). While Optus customers can charge purchases to their bill, other users can pay using PayPal, and the MP3 files sold will play on pretty much any device. [Optus Music Store via OzBargain]
Optus Music Store Selling MP3s For 99 Cents
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