iTunes Match renewal emails being sent out to US subscribers

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Do you use iTunes Match? If so, you may want to check your email. Those of you that have subscribed to the automatic renewal process need to remember that on November 14th your accounts will be charged the normal $24.99 annual fee. I personally don’t use the service, but do like the idea of it. Just not the price. Read below for the full text of the email:

Continue to enjoy your entire music collection in iCloud on your iOS devices, iTunes, and Apple TV. iTunes Match stores not only your songs purchased on the iTunes Store, but all of the other great music you have acquired over the years, including music from CDs. 

This is just a reminder that your subscription for iTunes Match will automatically renew on 11/14/12 and you will be charged $24.99 at that time. To view your subscription or change your auto-renewal settings, sign in to iTunes on your computer and go to your Account Information page.

If you haven’t received this yet, you probably don’t have automatic renewals turned on. You should get this though if you are indeed signed up, so be on the look out.

What do you think? Do you use iTunes Match? How do you like it? Let us know in the comments.

 

Via: MacRumors

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  • LeeScott

    itunes match is awesome.  ive only had it a week, but it’s absolutely amazing.  it takes care of the final instance where you need to be corded, making the whole experience wireless and that much better!

  • Peak

    This article is unclear. It will not automatically renew if you purchased iTunes Match after launch. If you got it when it was first available, then yes, you will get an email. Otherwise, you have a full year.