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(RED) Subscription Music Service

RED iPodFor those who bought a (RED) iPod, there will now be a new music service which will donate half of its profits to fighting AIDS in Africa. Set to launch in September, a subscription will cost $5.00 a month. Similar to a newsletter, members get an e-mail weekly that has an exclusive song from well known artists as well as one from an emerging one. The subscribers will also get a bonus “Crackerjack Surprise,” such as a video and an update about Project Red. All songs are DRM-free so even non-iPodders can take part.

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I love seeing news like this.  I hope that (RED) continues to grow and people support it.  If all the iPod users brought a (RED) iPod Nano and subscribed to this music service too, think of how much people it will help people in Africa.

This is for a good cause. Aids is a terrible disease. I think its great that they are doing this for charity to. Five dollars a month is not bad for what they are getting, and what its for.

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