A new chain of cafes in Argentina, Stars Café Digital, opened its first location in a mall in Buenos Aires today, Aliado Digital reports.
The cafes feature machines where patrons can legally download music to their phones, mp3 players, CDs or USBs. The machines offer a million tracks from the four major labels at a price that reportedly comes out to an average of 52 cents, though some tracks go for as high as $1.17.
The chain is part of Vi-Da Global, which operates the download site Bajamusica.com. Dell, Heineken, wireless carrier Personal y and Banco Macro are sponsors.

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