That idea of supermarkets becoming rivals to iTunes in the music downloads space? Yeah, didn’t quite work. UK chain Tesco has announced that its MP3 Music Downloads store is shutting down on 1 September, while promising customers it will “stay in touch with updates about our future digital music services”. The company is also recommending its recently-acquired we7 personal radio service: “In the meantime, why not try out listening to music online at…” Which does fuel speculation about what Tesco is planning for those future services beyond we7’s current incarnation.

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