Today, Sony Entertainment Network announced the debut of the Music Unlimited
cloud-based digital music subscription service in Canada, allowing fans access millions of songs on multiple devices like PlayStation®3, Android(TM) handsets, PCs, Sony BRAVIA® HDTVs and Blu-ray(TM) Disc players.
The service features a global catalog of over 15 million licensed songs including all major labels, leading independent labels, and major publishers worldwide. Users have unlimited access to the catalogue for a monthly fee.
Music Unlimited originally launched in December 2010, and is now live in 14 countries, including Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom, and the United States.
In a release
, Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment said, "Consumers around the world are craving a digital music service that provides access to their favorite music anytime, anywhere in the most simple and convenient way. Today, the Music Unlimited service reaches more countries than any other digital music subscription service, and we'll continue to roll-out the service in new territories and add new features and devices."
Music Unlimited's Premium plan ($9.99) offers music lovers full control of the entire Music Unlimited catalog, including premium channels and on-demand access to millions of songs. Both Premium and Basic ($3.99) subscribers enjoy ad-free radio channels, and the ability to add owned music to the cloud with the Music Sync(3) feature that matches songs and playlists from a PC to your personal cloud library and allows access across all enabled devices.
New users can try Music Unlimited's Premium service for free for 30 days, visit www.MUnlimited.com
for more details.