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Ben & Jerry's to give voters iTunes

The Vermont ice cream maker hooks up with both Rock the Vote and Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store, promising free songs to those who take an online oath to vote.

As part of its annual "Free Cone Day," Ben & Jerry's is giving away up to 50,000 free songs from Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store. In conjuction with Rock the Vote, the ice cream maker plans to give those who take an online "oath to vote" on Ben & Jerry's Web site one free iTunes song.

The iTunes promotion starts April 26 and runs until the 50,000 songs are given out. Those who complete the online oath could also win an iPod. For those more interested in the cone than the tunes, the free-scoop offer runs from noon until 8 p.m. on April 27.