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News: 10,000 Sign Up for France's Digital Subsidy Scheme
Posted on Monday, November 08, 2010 @ 09:14:56 UTC
Topic: Industry News

The French government has revealed that music consumers have purchased 10,000 of the state-subsidized music cards for digital services, following the launch on October 28. The "Carte Musique" offers young consumers the chance to get double the amount of digital music for which they have paid: so a $35 card allows the user to download $70 worth of music from participating services. It is valid at various download stores and streaming services and targets consumers aged 12-25, as part of the government's strategy to tackle online piracy. Complete Article





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