Well, it’s not exactly a big surprise now, is it? But nevertheless, new research from Strategy Analytics shows that European broadband users who regularly listen to digital music are twice as likely to buy it from iTunes as any other online store.Here’s something interesting though – there’s a difference in attitude between heavy users and casual users, as Strategy Analytics’ Jia Wu explains:

“Heavy users show a much stronger preference for buying digital music from iTunes or directly from a Record Label, while casual users demonstrate a relatively higher preference for buying digital music from big Internet brands, such as Amazon, or directly from their broadband service provider.”

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