Advertisement No Over-The-Air 3G Music Downloads For New iPhone; Labels Holding Out For Higher Price Per Track? by Dianne See Morrison Jun 10, 2008 - 8:27 AM CDT 4 Comments Tweet Share Post What Advertisement Advertisement 4 Comments amar maktal June 12th, 2008 how soon for 3g itunes ota hack? flip a bit? to be posted at apple.com on july 12? me June 11th, 2008 And so what? Music from P2Pstill costs nil in any way you download it. And root op to RIAA , MPAA and similar parasites… Jamie Poitra June 10th, 2008 The idea that music purchased over a cell network should cost more for a consumer is completely arbitrary. It will be interesting to see how long consumers put up with the current cell based music prices. That said as consumers we have put up with paying more when convenience is involved in many other cases. Eduardo Raad June 10th, 2008 The problem is probably not only the label but the mobile operator requiring a share of the download. Many of them (in the US and Latin America) already have mobile music services which will be cannibalized by iTunes. Operators are used to get 40-60% of each mobile content sale and that is not viable under the iTunes model. That may be a problem. Comments are closed.