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PlayStation 4 includes $10 PSN credit; Plus and Music Unlimited trials

PlayStation 4 includes $10 PSN credit; Plus and Music Unlimited trials

Console manufacturers have traditionally had a little trouble getting everyone to realise they can go online even for multiplayer, let alone to get games and music and all that. To really rub the point home, Sony's throwing a few vouchers in the box with every new PlayStation 4, offering $10 credit to spend on the PlayStation store, 30 days' free PlayStation Plus membership, and 30 days of Music Unlimited.

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"Maybe I will start using Music Unlimited... Sad there is no MP3 on PS4."
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Music Unlimited 6 month trial offer for PS3 owners

Related Topics – Qriocity, Music Unlimited
Music Unlimited 6 month trial offer for PS3 owners

"Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" may be one of the longest, most obnoxious names for a service ever, but at least you'll get to try it for free if you own a PS3. Sony is providing a free 180 day trial of basic Music Unlimited services to PS3 owners that live in America. So long as you've never tried Music Unlimited, you'll be able to automatically start your trial by simply launching the app from the "Music" section of the XMB. Once the program installs and launches, you'll get a message telling you that your 180 day subscription has begun.

But what is Music Unlimited, and why does Sony think you'll want a subscription? Essentially, it's Sony's attempt at a cloud music service, combining features of Pandora, Zune Pass, and Amazon Cloud Drive. The trial, which normally costs $3.99 a month, will give you access to a variety of ad-free radio channels, with unlimited skipping of songs. You'll also be able to transfer songs and playlists from your PC to the cloud. Read more »

"The UI is tame but the selection at the moment is fairly decent. It's not something I would ..."
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Sony Announces Cloud-Based Digital Music Service 'Music Unlimited'

Related Topics – PlayStation 3, PSP, Music Unlimited

Following reports from Financial Times regarding an upcoming entertainment streaming service coming to the PlayStation 3, Sony has announced a new program for multiple devices that would stream new digital content to subscribers.

Specifically revealed for European customers at the IFA 2010 consumer electronics conference in Berlin, with the possibility of expansion to other markets in the future, the service "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" will be available by year's end. The subsciption-based service is a "cloud-based digital music service" giving users access to "millions of music tracks," according to the PlayStation Europe Blog. Read more »

"Assuming you have broad music label support outside of SONY/EMI..... There are 2 sides to the ..."
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