Amazon is finalising the plans for a global rollout of its MP3 store, with reports claiming that it'll be launched in the UK by October, before transferring to other European countries. Like the US version, it'll offer DRM-free MP3 tracks, and will seek to take on iTunes through pricing and exclusive content. According to the reports, Amazon executives were in London last week to finalise details of the UK launch with label bosses.
Amazon to launch MP3 store in the UK by October
June 24th, 2008 by Music Ally