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The iPhone app from iLike is not free, I have confirmed with their PR office, they charge a $99 set up fee at the end of the app creation process...

Bruce Houghton

iLike Story Clarification:

I led readers to believe that all of its new serviced were free. The two things iLike charges for from yesterday's announcement are the iPhone app and the premium stats service ($99 per year each). Also, anyone (artists, labels, promoters) can choose to buy a self-serve concert promotion ads from iLike. - Bruce


Hi Bruce,

It's understandable why the service might be construed as free, for what ever reason iLike decided not to publicise the fee until you had signed into your dashboard (where the free services are) and went through the app creation process. Only at the end of the app creation process are you hit with a request for the $99 fee, iLike have said they will make the fees more transparent, Nat Brown from iLike's PR office told me yesterday they regret not making it clearer, you can read her comments at my blog http://mymusicsuccess.blogspot.com

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