Sony has cut the cost of its Music Unlimited digital streaming service ahead of the upcoming release of the PlayStation 4.
Previously UK subscribers would pay just under £120 per annum but now Sony has slashed the price to just £59.99 for a 12-month subscription.
And if you're a Playstation Plus member, you can get even more of a reduction, paying just £41.99 for 12 months (on top of the annual £39.99 for a PlayStation Plus subscription).
The announcement comes shortly after the electronics giant announced the release of the eagerly awaited PS4 at the E3 convention in LA.
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Sony will be hoping that the move will encourage new members who sign up to its PlayStation Plus service – a necessity for anyone wanting to play PS4 games online – will also take a look at Music Unlimited.
Sony's Music Unlimited service allows you to stream music from the web, PS3 and Sony smartphones and tablets such as the Xperia Z and Xperia Tablet Z. Sony is after a piece of the action in a streaming space dominated by Spotify and soon to be joined by Apple, in one form or another, with iTunes Radio.
You can get a free 30-day trial for Sony Music Unlimited right now.