Saturday, 31 August 2013

Sony Entertainment Network launches mobile billing in America

Sony Network Entertainment International and Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC., launched a new feature that enables users of participating mobile networks in the United States to top up their account wallet to purchase content from the PlayStation®Store and across Sony Entertainment Network using their mobile phone account.
Working with mobile payments company, Boku, the process makes it easier for users to obtain PlayStation Store and Sony Entertainment Network content, including downloadable games, add-ons, themes, movies and TV shows, as well as subscriptions to the Music Unlimited service. Mobile billing works in conjunction with select mobile network operators in the United States.

From launch, wallet top-ups with mobile billing can be made through the PlayStation®Store on PlayStation®3 (PS3™) or Account Management via the Sony Entertainment Network website. Customers can choose "mobile" as the payment option, enter their mobile phone number, and respond via SMS to confirm the wallet top-up1. The wallet top-up charge will appear on their next mobile phone bill, or is debited against their pre-paid account2.
With an unprecedented amount of digital content now available across the network, and new and easier ways to top-up user account wallets, the PlayStation Store and Sony Entertainment Network online store deliver convenient and immediate access to games, movies and TV episodes, music, and more for PS3, PlayStation®Vita, PSP® (PlayStation® Portable) and other devices.


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