HMV Canada Launches Digital Music Service
Published Nov 09, 2009Following the news that both Facebook and Google have entered the digital music game, HMV Canada have revealed their own efforts with a digital music service. Last week, the music retailer launched hmvdigital.ca.
The service is a solid contender to compete with iTunes, offering DRM-free MP3s at an average of 99 cents. The tracks can be stored in a "My Downloads" section, which keeps track of purchased music that can be downloaded again if your music library is compromised, along with 30-second clips and tracks compatible with all music players.
Best of all, as HMV Digital is in its beta stage, users can get a free song with every song they purchased up until ten songs. In other words, you can get 20 tracks for $10 if you act fast enough.