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If you’re a big music fan you might want to check out Sony Europe’s New offering. Unlimited access to all the music you could ever need and want at your fingertips, all for just £1 a month for a three month period. That’s a pretty enticing offer to grab up potential subscribers, and even if you already listen to music from a competing music streaming service, this is cause to give a switch some thought. Don’t think for too long though. The music may be unlimited but the availability for the offer is not. As Sony Europe points out on their blog, the offer will only be around for a limited time. If that doesn’t make you consider it heavily, chances are you’re already deeply invested in the service you currently use. Which is completely fine, I myself use Google Play Music All Access and love it. For those of you that aren’t too deeply attached though, this is a rather good deal and seems cheaper than anything else out there that requires a sub fee.
While the cheap pricing is enticing on all it’s own, for some the real attention grabber might be the ability to play the music on either your android phone or your Playstation console. You can choose to access the music from your handset, whether online or in offline mode, but you can also access all those same tracks right from your PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PC and more. That’s a whole lot of ways to get your hands on a huge library of music. Not only that, but all the music is available in the absolute highest quality streaming audio so you can rest assured that all you favorite tunes will sound amazing whether being played through your headphones or coming through the speakers on your TV.
No matter how you look at it, three months of unlimited music access to multiple devices is worth talking about and if you or someone you know is looking for a way to get your favorite music anywhere, check out Sony’s Music unlimited. Regardless of your taste in music, Sony undoubtedly will have something that is literally music to your ears. You can check out the official blog if you feel so inclined, and if you wish to check out the app you can grab it from the Play Store. It’s worth noting though that compatibility with Android looks to be limited to Sony devices. Also, as far as the normal prices go, Sony’s Music Unlimited webiste lists two different available options for monthy access: A “Premium” option for $9.99, and an “Access” option for $4.99. The Access option offers music availability on your PC or Mac, or you PS3 or PS4 consoles, while the Premium Version offers you those previous 4 options as well as access to Music unlimited on the vita, Blu-Ray players, Sony Bravia and Internet TV’s, and a host of mobile devices such as ipod touch, iphone, Xperia devices, Android walkman players, and android smartphones and tablets. Although the site lists smartphones and tablets as compatible, I was personally unable to add this app to any of my devices which are all part of the nexus line up. There is no specific listing as to what Android devices are compatible past Xperia or Walkman enabled. Lastly, it seems if you reside in the U.S. and want to try the premium offer, you get a 30 day free trial. The original offer that this post is in regards to seems to be limited to EU territories.