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Young people are also likely to dabble in a range of music genres, from hip hop to death metal, rather than perhaps building a dedicated music collection in the same way someone over 35 might choose to do.
That's why so many mobile phone companies, such as Nokia and Sony Ericsson, have started to offer customers the ability to download unlimited tracks to their phones for a flat monthly fee, and many online services also provide unlimited downloads.
Consumers were reluctant to pay for legal download services when the ways in which they could use the music were so heavily restricted, and varied so widely from service to service.
Added to this, music available on peer-to-peer filesharing sites was DRM-free, and playable on any MP3 player, so it's not hard to see why so many people turned to illegal downloading.