zbout those apple ipod's....

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  1. ronrayner

    ronrayner New Member

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    hey ive been hearing for awhile about the ipods and especially how to get them thru the congas and how great they are and yadda yadda yadda.........but one thing i dont hear anyone talk about is whether or not it costs money to fill the badboy up, or are there ways around that or what...i thought ya had topay like $1 a song for those or sumthin.........any input?
     
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    You can store any MP3 (and more) on an iPod. One way to get music is to import it from any CDs you might own. You can buy it from the iTunes Music Store for typically $0.99 per song, or a lot of full albums go for $9.99 and have more than ten songs on them so it can be cheaper. If you don't want to buy stuff on iTMS, there are lots of ways to download music from the internet, some of it is legitimately free and some of it is pirated.

    The only real limitations are... I'm not sure if iPod is compatible with the new Napster and such.
     

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