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Hot singles on iTunes will begin to cost you $.30 more beginning April 7 according to the Los Angeles Times.
The variable pricing structure go date hasn't officially been disclosed by Apple, but industry executives have been notified by Apple of the date according to the newspaper. Apple resisted variable pricing for years and finally relented in order to get labels to agree to removing DRM from songs.
Beginning April 7, iTunes customers can purchase songs for $.69, $.99 and $1.29. Apple is expected to keep a majority of it's music library at $.99.
If your favorite artist released a song for $1.29 would you purchase it from iTunes, or find another digital music service to purchase it from? Drop your answer in the comments.