Wednesday, May 13, 2009

FINANCIAL PLANNER: ITUNES COSTS A LOT, ZUNE PASS A LITTLE



Here is a spot created for Microsoft's Zune player.Wes Moss, a Certified Financial Planner, points out that filling a 120 GB iPod at iTunes costs $30,000. But you can get the same amount of songs, and millions more, for just $14.99 a month with Zune. Which one is better? I still feel that the ipod is the way to go. I've heard that even if you use Zune's subscription to buy unlimited songs, the moment you cancel your subscription you lose them all! I could be wrong but if that's the case, that just seems pointless. I wouldn't say that it costs $30,000 to fill it up because most of the time it's not entirely music you fill it up with (Videos, Pictures, etc). You can do a lot more with the ipod than you can do with the Zune. Even though this spot takes a clever approach to attacking it's rival the ipod, I still don't think it will sway consumers from the ipod to the Zune.

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