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#57441 13-Feb-2010 16:19
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I don't own a credit card and I don't want to own one. But I would like to be able to use iTunes. And to use iTunes properly I need an iTunes store account. In Australia there are workarounds allowing you to register with the ITunes store without a credit card or a gift voucher.

Is there an NZ workaround?




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  #298696 13-Feb-2010 17:38
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Working on the credit card aspect you could get a debit card - either through your bank or a prepaid (prezzy/loaded card) from NZpost.

Why dont you want to get a gift card? Are you not planning on buying songs?

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  #298700 13-Feb-2010 17:54
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You can buy itunes gift card from dse.




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  #298703 13-Feb-2010 18:21
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It would probably be more correct to say "I don't want to buy anything at the moment".




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  #298713 13-Feb-2010 19:19
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You can set up a free App Store account or you can set up a regular account by unchecking the payment options and adding them later

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  #298818 14-Feb-2010 11:26
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It's free to get an itunes account!!! You just need to buy the downloads. Get a pressie card they work and if you wnt itunes you have to make room for forking out to pay for it!

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