The rest of the world has been sampling Sony’s streaming music wares for a while, but the all-you-can-listen subscription service has finally launched today in Japan, priced at 1,480 yen per month. Music Unlimited has now rolled out to both Sony hardware and various mobile OS’, in a bid to go toe-to-toe with the likes of Spotify. Users can still ‘match’ their existing music collection to the cloud service — if available — and will be able to stream available music on any compatible device and even cache their playlists for offline playback. Hit up the PR after the break for all the details.
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