[citation][nom]offerings12[/nom]great service that was overlooked.. I used it all the time because you could get the cheapest prices from their download servers. some songs were $0.55 . too bad...[/citation]
Well, that's because they were trying to get more dominating position. If they were to succeed, I am more or less sure that they would have the same prices (or just a bit lower) as iTunes.
Who wants to pay more than 50¢ per song anyways? Most CD's are like $7 or less anymore anyways. Lemme guess, you all also didnt know that walmart has a streaming video service also? Its called VUDU. Its also a bit overpriced compared to redbox
Yup used to use Walmart music because it was the cheapest and you can download the music to your HDD. What kind of music you buy today? Crap, thats what.
Also you can listen to just about any song for free now a days.
I work at walmart, and even internaly they never promoted this service much at all. It had been planned at one time to have a kiosk set up where people could bring in their MP3 player and download right in store, or make a custom CD. That never materialized though. But this like our post-paid cell phone section is never advertised. (The part I work in.)