Colombians will have full access to the Apple music service from December 8, Colombian media reported Thursday.
iTunes will launch throughout Latin America next week, meaning Colombians with an Apple account will be able to buy songs.
Before they could only download applications through the App Store. The prices will be given in dollars rather than in pesos. Currently the average price of a song on iTunes is $1.29.
Apple has not made an official announcement on the launch of iTunes in the region.
Until now the sale of songs, albums, TV series and films has been restricted in Colombia because of author content rights.
The Apple handset iPhone 4S went on sale in Colombia last week. All three mobile phone operators – Comcel, Movistar, and Tigo – carry the device.