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Sony’s Free Stuff: Mixed Reactions

Sony has been doing all they can to keep PSN users happy, such as free downloadable content and one months access to their Plus service; but there seems to be mixed reactions to Sony’s free stuff. PlayStation Network users had hoped to be back up and running today, but there has been a recent turn of events, which you can read in more detail in a recent post.

Some users are very happy with what Sony has offered them, with 30 days of free subscription to PlayStation Plus. Those who are already signed up will get an increase to a “premium” membership level, Users are also pleased that Sony will pay credit card bills if they decide to cancel and change their credit cards.

Many users have said that they are not angry with Sony, and are pleased that the service will come back — not sure when — bigger and stronger. However, there are those who are not as happy, some saying that PSN should stay down until they can build a much better service. It is believed by many that rushing to get the service back online is a mistake.

There has to be some truth in that; the PlayStation Network took Sony years to develop, how can they rebuild it in just two weeks? One thing we do know, those of you with a PSN account will not be blinded by the fact that they got some free stuff from Sony, if they have not done a good job with the updated service, they and hackers will let them know.

Are you happy with the free stuff, or could Sony have done more?

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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