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Sony Music Unlimited for $1 a month

Sony has announced that PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to add Music Unlimited Premium membership to their accounts for a limited time at $12 per year.

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Sony is offering Music Unlimited subscriptions from $1 a month Sony

Sony has announced that PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to add Music Unlimited Premium membership to their accounts for a limited time at $12 per year.

The PlayStation store update is due to go live later today (November 20) and represents a saving of 90 percent based on the regular price of $10 per month, while non-PlayStation Plus members can sign up for a discounted $60 yearly rate instead.

A PlayStation Plus account costs $49.99 a year, so buying Plus and Music Unlimited together makes more sense while the deal is running.

Sony boasts it has a catalog of 18 million licensed songs, which puts it roughly equivalent to Spotify and Pandora and also offers offline listening.

Sony Music Unlimited is available for PC/Mac, iOS, Android, PlayStation 3 and Vita, and connected Sony AV devices.