I am currently using the Napster to go free trial with an eye to signing up for Â£14.95 a month. This basically allows me to download all the music I want for the monthly subscription price, although I can 'purchase' all tracks for good if I pay 79 pence a track, which I do not intend to do.
My question is, is it possible to use a DRM removal program such as Tunebite to remove the DRM protection on the music I have downloaded 'to go' but have not payed the 79 pence extra for? I wish to know this information before committing to purchase Tunebite for good.
If so, it does seem rather too good to be true... Can I really have all the music I want on my iPod for free (if I downloaded and removed the DRM within the 7 day free trial period) or else for Â£14.95 (plus the one off price of Tunebite)?
Any help is greatly appreciated.