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Napster cuts prices in U.K.

Online music service brings prices of songs, albums in line with Apple's iTunes.

Napster has cut the prices of its songs in the United Kingdom by 20 pence (38 cents) to bring them into line with Apple Computer's iTunes. The former bad boy of digital music will now match Apple's 79 pence ($1.49) for a single track.

Napster also has cut the cost of its albums, from 9.99 pounds ($18.80) to 7.95 pounds ($14.97)--also in line with iTunes pricing. In addition, fees for buying songs in bulk through Napster's Track Packs have been trimmed.

Jo Best of reported from London. Read the full story here.