7 On Your Side
Some iTunes customers will get a credit
And if you've ever purchased an Apple iTune gift card, you could be getting some good news.
Apple is offering a $3.25 iTunes store credit to anyone who purchased a 99-cent iTunes gift card and used it to buy a $1.29 song. You had to have done this before May 10, 2010.
Apple apparently sold the card for 99 cents and then raised the price of many songs to $1.29. It was accused in a lawsuit of overcharging its customers.
Apple said it only agreed to the settlement to avoid a costly lawsuit. Notices are being emailed to customers, so there is nothing you need to do.
apple, iTunes, 7 on your side, michael finney
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