How iTunes buyers are ripped off

Australian music fans are forging foreign iTunes accounts to make big savings on their purchases.

The practice, which is a direct breach to iTunes terms and conditions, has exposed the inflated price that Australians pay to access songs off the popular music and entertainment site.

By creating an American iTunes account through the use of a US credit card or gift card, users are saving up to 80c per song and $7 per album.

The recently released Beatles box set collection can be bought with a saving of more than $A100.

Deals offered on the internet also include $US50 vouchers on sale for $US40, increasing the savings further for music buyers — via

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