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free or "free"?

by martinigal56 / December 31, 2004 4:02 AM PST

hey i just got an ipod mini and i was looking in itunes for free music b/c im not buying it. so there's a free single every week, so i clicked this weeks but it says i need a user account. so i started to make one but ti wants my credit card info...why? is it gonna charge me or something? just wondering b/c i dont wanna get jipped! thx ya'll

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by mystilirious / December 31, 2004 2:30 PM PST
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IT probably won't charge you. Its like making any other type of account ie: eBay, where it needs your credit card info, incase you wish to make a purchase. But just in case, remember to read the fine print.

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probably not
by pjb1124 / January 1, 2005 9:17 AM PST
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they're probably not gonna charge you. they probaby just want your info in case you wanna purchase something. be careful, and make shure it's a secure site. thats all. good luck

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