AC/DC is finally selling its music digitally, but not on iTunes. Verizon Wireless has snagged the exclusive rights to sell the band's entire back catalog through March 2008, becoming the first and only digital music store to offer the band's songs.
However, the deal is limited to full-album downloads, one of the reason's AC/DC's music has not appeared in digital form to date. Since full album downloads are too large and too expensive to sell from mobile phones, Verizon is only selling them from the PC version of its V Cast music service for $12 an album. The one exception is the group's biggest hit, You Shook Me All Night Long, which will be available as an over-the-air download.