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Hi there,

I am wondering if any of you have try this website from bell: allaccessmusic.ca?

I was wondering if it is compatible with Ipod?

because i am tempted to added this service to my account, because it has been 3 years that i have stop downloading.

especially for canadian signers and bands, we all need to support them by buying there music.

So if someone know if its really compatible with ipod i'll appreciated it if you can tell me.
 

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Right from the website you pointed to: Play and share songs on your PC or any PlaysForSure portable media device, phone, and more (not iPod compatible)
 

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From the FAQ:

Can I burn my music to a CD?

No, you will not be able to burn any music you've downloaded using Bell All Access Music to CD.
 

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From the FAQ:

Can I burn my music to a CD?

No, you will not be able to burn any music you've downloaded using Bell All Access Music to CD.
And if Bell decides to shut down the service, then you won't be able to play it at all.

Don't buy any DRM protected music, it's just not worth the hassle.
 

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So in all point of view, not worth to have allaccessmusic.ca so i can not transfer song into my ipod, or to put it on a cd. any idea what legal site is best?
 

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Are you looking to purchase music or a subscription service? Do you want on-demand access (you specify the tracks you want to hear) or a "radio-type" service where you create radio stations by specifying the artists you prefer to hear?

BTW, are we talking about an iPod Touch?
 

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Canada doesn't have too many artist supporting download options besides iTunes, though iTunes currently is completely DRM free and you can burn it to CDs or convert to mp3 files if you so desire.

I usually buy whatever CD at the store and rip that to mp3s.
 

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sometimes i wait till christmas time, and at the store were i work, they received some that are worth to buy them, cheaper 6.99$ a cd and sometimes its a compilation for the same price. but what is DRM free?

And for NeilN, it is a Ipod Nano, 4gb.

For Itune store, can I buy the music with a itune card?
 
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