Music Ally’s Latin American blog Aliado Digital reports that Mexican digital music store Ideas Telcel has cut prices on tracks to ten pesos – or 77 US cents. There is an additional transmission charge of 5 pesos for downloads made over the air, but the price reduction covers all 1.4 million tracks in Ideas Telcel’s catalogue. Reports suggest the price drop is designed to compete against iTunes, which sells songs from 12 to 15 pesos.
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