Sony announced the arrival of Music Unlimited in Brazil, the company’s music streaming service. Users can try the novelty for free for 30 days and, after this period, choose the basic plan (R $ 7.90 monthly) or premium plan (R $ 14.90).
The difference between subscriptions is the number of devices covered. In the cheapest plan, Sony only offers music via desktops and PlayStation 3, while in the complete package users can use smartphones, tablets, TVs and Blu-Ray to listen to songs.
Sony said that syncing between devices is not necessary, as the service works in the cloud. In addition, Music Unlimited offers the possibility for users to listen to music even offline. Android devices and the PS Vita handheld support the service even without an internet connection.
In Brazil, the service will compete with Rdio, which offers six months of tasting, and plans of R $ 7.90 and R $ 14.90, and with Deezer, which offers free subscriptions – with less resources – and packages of R $ 8.90 and 14.90 monthly.
The three services have about 20 million songs in the collection. Sony’s service is also available for 19 other countries.
To get to know Music Unlimited, click on here.
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