Limewire has taken the wraps off its DRM-free music store, allowing users to acquire music downloads through a legitimate paid-for channel.
The file-sharing network's LimeWire Store is widely seen as an effort to draw revenue from users more often accustomed to downloading pirate copies.
Limewire will provide a button next to each track on its P2P network, inviting initially US users to buy a legitimate version stored centrally on the LimeWire Store.
Users can also buy tracks direct from Limewire's online store at 99 cents each.
A monthly subscription option is available for users wishing to engage in heavier above-the-counter use of the service.
Subscriptions are available on a 'silver', 'gold' and 'platinum' basis at $10 per month and 40 cents per track, $15 per month and 30 cents per track and $20 per month and 27 cents per track respectively.
Amazon, which currently offers DRM-free downloads to US customers, has announced plans for an international launch, but has yet to give a launch date.
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