Sony launches Music Unlimited in Japan

The news comes days after Sony suggested the service will be in Japan by the end of December, after making its catalogue of tracks available via Recochoku, a distributor that is run by Japan's top labels.

Music Unlimited has launched today and will cost users 1,480 yen (circa $18.60) per month, but the company is offering an initial 30 day free trial.

Tim Schaaff, president of Sony Network Entertainment International said: "Bringing the cloud music subscription service to Japan, which ...

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