Sony has pulled a new music streaming service out of the shadows and tossed it into the light in the UK and Ireland. The new service is called Music Unlimited and it has 6 million songs from different labels including big names like Universal, Warner Music Group, EMI, and Sony itself. The service also has a lot of independent labels as well.
The music can be sent over to all sorts of devices at launch including HDTVs from Sony, Blu-ray players, home theater systems, the PS3, and PCs. There will be portable products in the future that can get the service along with Android devices.
The Music Unlimited service costs about $6 monthly for basic and about $15 monthly for premium. The different between the two levels is unknown. Sony will be offering the service in the US, Canada and Australia later in 2011.
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