iTunes pricing unfair, says British consumer group

British consumer watchdog group Consumers' Association, publishers of Which? magazines and books, on Wednesday announced that they've written to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) alleging that Apple may be unfairly pricing songs sold through the UK version of its iTunes Music Store. But they appear to be one of the few people who think so, if the comments of the organization's own head of policy is any indication.

While Apple sells songs in Germany and France for €0.99, it sells songs in the UK for £0.79, or about €1.20...

Source: MacCentral

I would like to hear what Neil has to say on this (hint hint).

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