OD2, the UK company that is behind music stores like MyCokeMusic and HMV Digital Downloads is having a bit of a sale. It’s currently offering its users UK£20 (€30) of free downloads for every UK£20 they spend.
The move is obviously intended to take some of the attention away from Napster when it launches in the UK shortly.
OD2’s catalogue currently stands at about 350,000 tracks – this is estimated to be more than Napster will have when it débuts.
Napster is expected to make an announcement today over the details of its UK launch, and we’ll be reporting them here.