New Zealanders pay 75% more than Americans for the same goodsPublish By Joseph A. Cambra Updated 06/09/2011 3:50 pm in NZ News / no comments
Either iTunes song or Swarovski crystal bracelet, people in New Zealand pay much more than Americans for these goods online.
Because those websites have location software, New Zealanders cannot avoid paying more than other countries while buying those commodities.
Previously, an Austrian congressman proposed such an issue and claimed Australians of being “exploited”. Soon afterwards, iTunes lowered its price in Australia.
However, New Zealanders are still paying much higher than Americans.
As for some popular software, New Zealanders pay 75% more than Americans.