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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Sony Music Unlimited Subscription Available For $12


Just in time for the holidays, Sony Network Entertainment International today announced that starting November 20, 2012, PlayStation Plus members can subscribe to the company's Music Unlimited service Premium One Year Subscription plan for $12.

Also available for a limited time, those who do not have a PlayStation Plus membership can also take advantage of a special Music Unlimited service yearly subscription plan for $59.99.

Memberships for PlayStation Plus and the Music Unlimited service can be purchased through the PlayStation Store on the PlayStation 3 system. Users can also subscribe to the Music Unlimited service by visiting http://www.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com.

Sony Entertainment Network's Music Unlimited service is a cloud-based digital music service that hosts a global catalogue of over 18 million licensed songs and is available on a wide range of Sony and non-Sony connected devices including any computer (including PC and Mac), iOS devices including iPhone and iPod touch, Android devices including smartphones and tablets, the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, PlayStation Vita, and connected Sony BRAVIA HDTVs as well as various Sony home audio and video devices.


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