Apple enabled the purchase of music and movies (including the rent of movies) in Costa Rica and other 16 countries in Latin America, informed today the U.S. Company.
The catalog includes more than 20 million songs, most at $ 0.99 each (¢ 508 to today’s exchange rate, and albums for $ 9.99 (¢ 5074 to today’s exchange rate), said iTunes in its website.
In addition, the store offers an updated catalog of films, and a collection of works of universal literature. Costa Rica iTunes does not offer TV shows yet.
The other countries are Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela.
Apple already had an app store open for Costa Rica.
The company located in San Francisco introduced to the Costa Rican market its iPhone smartphone model in March this year. So far, ICE is the only one of the three operators offering this phone in its portfolio of phones.
However, Costa Rica Movistar has hinted on its Facebook page that will soon offer the iPhone in Costa Rica.