British supermarket Tesco is looking to launch a rival to Apple iTunes in October.
The company is launching a Digital Locker online file service that will allow customers to access TV, film and music content they’ve purchased – either online through its digital store or physically through the supermarket – on any device.Â The service is being run in association with Blueprint Digital and will be integrated with Tesco’s Clubcard loyalty scheme database.
Â “The way it would work practically is that when you buy a disc in store or online that title would be put up into your digital locker which would be immediately accessible from a device registered to that locker,” says Richard Bron, chief executive of Blueprint Digital.Â
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