Sony has launched an entertainment network that will provide its products like TVs, Smart phones, gaming consoles, tablets and MP3 players, access to films as well as music.
On November 1st, the company will begin a marketing campaign after Sony’s “soft launch” its Sony Entertainment Network, reports the Telegraph.
The steaming service will be offer 10 million tracks for the Sony tablets and other Android powered smartphones and tablets. The UK service will offer seven million tracks. Also there will be a Download-to-Own option in it, the cost of which has not been fixed yet.
"One of our many significant steps to satisfying the mobile demands of our current consumers while opening up our cloud-b music service to completely new audiences,” said Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment, according to the Telegraph.
The Music Unlimited service will operate in nine countries. Users will be able to build their own playlists for a monthly fee of £9.99 or otherwise listen to themed stations at £3.99. New subscribers will be honoured with a basic subscription plan for a 180 day trial.