Hey there. How do you purchase your music? Do you get it online or are you old school and buy CDs at a store? Whether you prefer your music on a disc or in digital form, there’s no doubt that music is a part our daily lives. We all listen to music while relaxing, while getting ready, while working in the office or while driving around town. And while it’s a crapshoot that your local radio station will play all your favorite tunes, you would be better off carrying your favorites in your mp3 player or your CD case. Turn it on, crank it up, press play, and almost instantly your mood improves. I love music! But you know what is even better? Getting music at a low price! While CDs at your local store will set you back about $15 or so, you can score a full CD download at iomoio.com for under $3. That’s not a typo, friends. Get mp3 music downloads at an increadibly low price at iomoio.com.
“What’s the catch, Metallman. What are you trying to sell me. No one sells music for pennies on the dollar.”
No catch, my friends. None at all. And to answer your second question (because I know it’s coming), it is completely legal. Like all music download services, you are required to open a free account. That’s it. And from there you simply click and buy. You pay only for the music that you buy. No service fees, no download fees, no hidden fees at all. And not only are you able to buy CDs that you can find at your local store, but you can also get some of those rare albums that you’ve been wanting since forever. Don’t believe me? Check this out. After doing a quick search on my favorite band, Metallica, I find that iomoio has over 100 CDs available for download. 100! Rare live shows. Rare singles. Rare Exports. They have some stuff on there on Metallica that I didn’t know existed. And mp3 songs starting at $.16 a song, I don’t have to buy a whole disc and have the same song multiple times. I can simply click and choose the songs on the album that I want and I’m good to go.
You are buying mp3 files so you will need to download them to your computer. Most computers already have media players that will play your newly purchased music but if you want to transfer them over to your iPod, you will need iTunes. CDs bought from iomoio will come in .zip files so you’ll also need a program such as WinZip to extract your music from those files. Single songs are downloaded as .mp3 files and you will not need to do anything but add them to your music library. Programs needed are free on the web so do if you don’t have these programs, or similar programs, a quick search on the web will point you in the right direction.
One last thing, even though you pay for your music directly, if you place a cash deposit into your account, iomoio may give you bonus cash. They run many promotions for their customers, offering them free music and free cash to purchase music. Right now, by signing up for a free account, you’ll receive $.32 into your account. That’s good for 2 free songs. If you place a deposit of $32, they’ll add an additional $16 to your account. That’s like buying 20 CDs at iomoio and they’re giving you 10 more for free! There’s other tiers of bonus cash for deposits so make sure you check that out. It’s a great way to score some extra cash for songs if you feel that you’ll be using iomoio as your exclusive source for music.
They have the lowest prices on the web for music and it would be a shame to pay $15 for CD when I can get the same one for under $3. Feel free to browse their vast collection of music. With over 55,000 artists available for download, this is one of the few mp3 download sites that will have what you’re looking for. And once you find it, you’ll buy, and you’re day will definitely go from great to awesome. Later!
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