Sony Kills Its Music Service, Brings In Spotify
J Thoendell stashed this in Music
Sony has been trying for years, in stops and starts, to build its own digital music service. It has finally come to its senses.
Sony is ditching Music Unlimited, its most recent attempt at a home-grown service, and bringing in Spotify instead.
Sony and Spotify aren’t going into much detail about the timing of the swap-out and some of the specifics, but the gist is this: If you have a Spotify subscription, you’ll be able to use Spotify on Sony game consoles like its PS4. And if you were one of the handful of people paying $10 a month for a Music Unlimited subscription, you’ll be be able to buy Spotify for the same price.