Music fans throughout Canada will have the opportunity to sample a new digital music subscription service starting on March 15th courtesy of the Sony Entertainment Network.

Sony's Music Unlimited Service is a cloud-based service where users can access millions of songs on multiple devices including PlayStation3, Android handsets, PCs, Sony BRAVIA HDTVs and Blu-ray Disc players.

Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment said: "Consumers around the world are craving a digital music service that provides access to their favorite music anytime, anywhere in the most simple and convenient way. Today, the Music Unlimited service reaches more countries than any other digital music subscription service, and we'll continue to roll-out the service in new territories and add new features and devices."

The Music Unlimited service features a growing catalogue of more than 15 million licensed songs including all major labels, leading independent labels, and major publishers worldwide.

New subscribers are welcome to try the Premium plan ($9.99/month CAD) free for 30 days free and should visit for further details.

Sony plans to introduce the Music Unlimited service soon to additional devices including PSP, Sony Tablet, and Sony Walkman.

Launched in 2010, Music Unlimited is now available in 13 other countries including Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States.

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