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Do downloaded songs increase value of an ipod?

November 10th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Question by James Leventhal: Do downloaded songs increase value of an ipod?
I’ve got about 200 downloaded songs on my ipod touch. If I keep all the songs on it, can I sell it for more?
cool. thanks

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Answer by finaler
No. People don’t generally have the same likes in music and don’t want to pay extra for all that. They usually just want the device when they are buying it unless it is a friend that likes all of it. Otherwise I would have you lower the price for making me have to delete it all if I were buying it from you.

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  1. V8VANTAGE
    November 10th, 2013 at 07:22 | #1

    No. In fact having songs on your ipod or MP3 player and selling it is illegal, even if you have brought the songs. When you buy music you are buying a ‘license’ for YOURSELF and no-one else.

    When selling such devices, you must take all of your copyrighted content off.

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