Sony and Spotify have announced today that a new offer is available for the music-streaming service PlayStation Music.
Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony Entertainment Network’s video marketing manager, Oliver Stoller, revealed that a three-month Premium subscription will cost new listeners £0.99/€0.99 in Europe.
The discount, however, does not apply to Spotify users, both new and old, that have already accessed Spotify Premium through the use of a trial.
The limited-time offer is to celebrate the one-year anniversary of PlayStation Music, which replaced Sony’s previous music service, Music Unlimited, in March 2015.
Upgrading to the Premium tier of subscription on PlayStation Music removes ads and allows users to listen to music offline, as well as accessing the wide-ranging selection of music available in the service, of course.
Currently accessible in 41 different markets, PlayStation Music can be downloaded on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xperia tablets and mobile devices.
The PlayStation Music offer is set to expire on June 30. You can take advantage of this celebratory deal by clicking here.
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In other PlayStation news, Sony Interactive Entertainment confirmed that the PS4 has set another milestone in its console cycle, with the current-gen system surpassing forty million units sold worldwide.