The Globe and Mail is reporting that Canadians can buy music from iTunes or Spotify in Canada using the credit card of a friend.
The technology has been around since the late 1990s, and is often used by people who live abroad to buy digital music.
It is very similar to credit card payments.
It’s a technology that is widely used in the US, Japan and China.
In Canada, Canadians can also use credit cards to buy CDs or streaming music on the iTunes store.
But if you live in the U.S., Canada has a new way to buy music, via a mobile app called “Espresso”.
The app is free, and works across all the major Canadian internet providers.
In addition, you can sign up to use the credit-card-free option on some of the major U.K. music streaming services, like Spotify and Apple Music.
It’s unclear how the technology works, but the app allows Canadians to buy and use music without having to download an album or purchase an album from a CD.
The software also allows Canadians who don’t have a credit card to sign up for a free account and access their iTunes and Spotify accounts.
The Canadian iTunes Store has a free trial, while Spotify and the Apple Music app are available for free in Canada.
(Photo: Spotify)The apps can be used for free for up to two months.
For those in the States, Apple Music costs $9.99 a month, while Amazon Music is $9 a month.
The cost of Spotify is $12.99 for the first year, and $14.99 after that.