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Sony Introduces PlayStation Plus Subscription Service

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Sony Computer Entertainment has announced a new subscription service on the PlayStation Network, the PlayStation Plus, for users to get access to exclusive set of features and content including new game trials.

Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) has announced that they will be offering their new subscription service PlayStation Plus, in addition to the free to use existing service, on the PlayStation Network.

Starting 29 June 2010 worldwide, gamers on the new subscription service can access exclusive services and content including easy access to game betas, full game trials, discounts and even special content.

PlayStation Plus will be available in different subscription options of 30 days (Japan: 500 yen, Asia: HK$38), 90 days (North America: US$17.99, Europe: €14.99) and 365 days (Japan: 5,000 yen, Asia: HK$233, North America: US$49.99, Europe: €49.99).

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