If Yahoo! Music offered an unrestricted MP3 file format for music downloads, how likely would you be to use it?
Would you consider paying $1.09 for a single, unrestricted MP3 download that would have absolutely no limitations on its use and could be transferred to any portable audio player or computer? [screenshots here]
Currently, eMusic and Mp3Tunes are two of the biggest DRM-free mp3 file sellers, but they don’t sell mainstream stuff. If Yahoo can pull it off, iTunes (and LimeWire) could face competition…unless a $1.09 price tag discourages music fans. Coolio…