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Music - good. Cloud music sans DRM - good. Free music? Even better!

Courtesy of Amazon Local, for a limited time (a limited quantity of vouchers are available), you can grab a free £2 credit for Amazon MP3, which also happens to have a very nice Android app (if you're outside of an official Cloud Player territory, I've also made a patched version).

Getting your voucher couldn't be easier - simply head on over to the Amazon Local page, fill in your details and the voucher will arrive in your e-mail. No minimum spend is required to use it, but you must use your voucher by the end of March or it will expire.


[Edit: Get 25% off your next order too - details on this page!]


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Does anyone know how to find out the conditions on your Amazon mp3 credit balance. I have another £1.11 sat there but fairly sure it has some weird conditions on it.

I don't like buying them either it is like a scam almost you don't see what credit etc it is going to use until after it bought. Anyone have a way around this ?

It is also a lottery with Amazon whether the file you get is well encoded or not. (The lame 0.96 ones I have had glitch to hell on WP7 - I think just including the make 100% standards compliant files flag should be enough). It is annoying you cannot get flacs. It is as if they have someone with no training at all just ripping cd's.

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