For as low as $3.99 a month, you'll soon be able to listen to as much music as you want on your PSP, and the feature will also be available on the NGP when it comes out later this year.
In a recent interview, Sony Network Entertainment CEO Shawn Layden said the service will be coming to the portable gaming platform "in a matter of weeks."
When Sony first revealed Music Unlimited in September, it said the ultimate goal was to bring it to both PS3 and PSP.
Music Unlimited came to US customers earlier this year, and is the only app on PS3 that offers music streaming. It is also available through internet-connected Sony Bravia TVs and Blu-ray players.
The bare-bones $3.99/month package gives users access to streaming radio channels but does not offer the option to search for specific tracks. There's also a premium $9.99 plan that does include search functionality, along with more exclusive radio channels.
Apr 1, 2011