For those of you iPod Touch users who would like to have an iTunes account without plopping down your CC#, Apple has a nice little gift for you (via) from the Apple KB feed.  While this was posted last week (April 16th), we missed it and thought you might like to know

Read steps below:

 

To create an iTunes App Store account without a credit card please follow the steps below.

Note: In order to create an account without a credit card, you must make sure you are in the App Store, not the iTunes Store. 

iTunes Store

  1. If you already have an account, choose Store > Sign Out.
  2. Pick your country from the pop-up menu at the bottom of the iTunes Store homepage.
  3. If your country also has an iTunes Store, you’ll need to navigate to the App Store by clicking on the "App Store" link from the menu on the left.  If not, proceed to step 4.

     

  4. Important: Before proceeding to the next step you must purchase a free application by clicking ‘Get App’.
  5. Click create new account.

  6. Click Continue.
  7. You’ll need to read and agree to the iTunes terms and conditions, make sure you check the box next to where it says "I have read and agree to the iTunes Terms and Conditions." Click Continue.
  8. Enter in your email address, create your password, continue to create and answer your security question, then enter your birthday. Click Continue.
  9. Select None as the payment option.
  10. Continue to fill out the required name and address fields.
  11. You’ll then see a screen that says ‘Verify your Account’. Click Done and then check your email for a verification email from "iTunes Store."
  12. Open the mail, and click on the phobos link enclosed in the email to activate your account.

  13. Once you click on the link, iTunes should then prompt you to sign in with your account name and password.
  14. You’ll then see a "Congratulations" screen. Click Done to be taken to the App Store home page.

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