Sony Entertainment’s Music Unlimited service now available in Canada

Sony Entertainment NetworkSony Entertainment Network this week announced that its Music Unlimited cloud-based digital music subscription service is now available in Canada and supports a variety of Sony devices. A single user account will provide access to devices such as PCs, Android smartphones (including the Sony Xperia handsets), Sony Bravia televisions (2010 models and up), the PlayStation 3 and even the just launched PlayStation Vita. It is also coming soon to Sony’s tablets and the PSP. Some 15 million songs from major labels, leading independent labels and major publishers are available.

Two monthly subscription plans are offered. A Basic plan for CA$3.99 per month offers both ad-free radio channels and Music Sync which allows users to add owned music to the cloud and allows access to them via any supported device. A Premium plan (CA$9.99 per month) adds features such as Premium Channels (specially created editorial channels and top songs), playlists that support offline playback on selected mobile devices and the ability to create a personal library of songs.

Sony is offering users the ability to try out the Premium plan for 30 days for free.

Sony originally launched Music Unlimited in December 2010 in the U.S.It is now offered in 14 countries.

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