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How can such a brand name be so misleading. I've tried in vain to download to mp3 (even buying a new device) to no avail. The lack of information surrounding this matter is nothing short of astonishing. There's Napster, Napster to go, free trial, free to go trial, still got an empty mp3 unless I start spending. Quick enough to take my installment fee.......

Now I'm done with you..thieves.
     
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GothicSmurf on 12/10/2007:
Buy CD's direct from the artist. You can also check the artist website, I know that a lot of them have MP3's direct for FREE on them.
Anonymous on 12/10/2007:
I'm not sure I understand this complaint. I've used Napster in the past (gift card), and, had no issues copying MP3s to my player.

I've even copied MP3s from multiple different sources to my player, with no issues.

When you downloaded the songs, where did you initially put them? Or, are you trying to say that you couldn't download them?
Principissa on 12/10/2007:
My sister uses Napster and doesn't have issues. She got a gift card from my dad to download to her Zune. I use Itunes so I haven't had the chance to check them out.
Anonymous on 12/10/2007:
I liked Napster when it was free.Now it sucks!
killerklown on 12/10/2007:
The fact that you use Napster tells us that your completely technologically impaired. Stop trying and go buy a CD. You should be able to handle that, right?
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Napster trial offer
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Napster offers free trial periods that you can "cancel" at any time. What they don't tell you is that you cannot cancel online, you must call them. Also there is at least a 30 minute wait to get out of "jail mail". I have listened to more crappy music waiting to cancel them than I downloaded. I have to call my credit card company now to prevent them from charging my account.
     
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MRM on 12/29/2006:
When they see that you're no longer a customer, they make it very difficult for you to cancel trial offers.
Anonymous on 12/30/2006:
Sounds like an old "song" and dance.
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Music Industry can't stop music sharing
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DALLAS, TEXAS -- I think the music industry is wasting its time on Napster. As we have already seen, as soon as one goes down, another pops up. Also,
what about all the sites that have existed for years before Napster? The music industry won't touch them because they can't. There is too many to even try.

MP3's are copiable, just like Microsoft's software, just like anything that is digital. You can put any type of security embedded in it you want, but there will always be someone who figures out how to pop the MP3 out and pass it around.

     
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