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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2005

    Sony Invites Users to Try Music Unlimited Premium Free for 60 Days

    Sony Network Entertainment European Music Marketing Manager Carrie Surtees has officially invited users to try Music Unlimited Premium free for 60 days!

    To quote: For a limited time period Sony Entertainment Network is offering customers the opportunity to try the Music Unlimited Premium service for two months at no cost.

    If you haven't tried the service before, now's your chance!

    Listen to millions and millions of songs any time you like, from the latest hits to the classics that inspired them. Choose any album or song you want to hear or sit back and enjoy Music Unlimited's numerous channels, all of which come with no annoying ad interruptions.

    No Signal? No Problem! Use the offline feature on your PS Vita to listen to playlists anywhere.

    Once you've signed up you can enjoy the Music Unlimited premium service across a huge variety of devices, from your Xperia to your Bravia internet-enabled TV, your iPhone to your PC.

    To try it out, just go to the Music Unlimited icon on your PlayStation device and choose the 60-day trial option.

    Please note the offer is only open to users who have not previously subscribed to any Music Unlimited premium subscriptions or Music Unlimited premium free trials, and you must be age 18 or over. Credit card details are required.

    Unless you cancel your subscription prior to the end of the 60-day Subscription Trial, your subscription will automatically renew into a paid-for 30-day subscription. See www.eu.playstation.com/legal for full terms and conditions.

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  2. #2
    Dreamcatcher Guest
    Interested in trying out the trial but, not in giving CC info to sony.

  3. #3
    SauceyWombat Guest
    So are they letting us listen to entire songs this time or just snippets like before? They make it sound like it's full-access, then that's how it sounded before & it was pure rubbish.

  4. #4
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Pretty useless TBH when you could just use YouTube on your PS3.

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