PSN Down Compensation Plan Announced, Service Back Online By End of May


Posted April 30, 2011 - By Kevin Kelly

PSN Down: Sony Announced Compensation Plans, Hopes To Have Full PSN Restored By End of Month

Sony is currently hosting a press conference in Japan detailing the changes and details of the "Welcome Back" program that will be providing compensation to affected users during the PlayStation outage.

First of all, what will you be getting out of this? Details are still coming in, but everyone will get 30 days of PSN+ for free (current subscribers will get 30 additional days for free), and Music Unlimited subscribers will get 30 additional days of service as well. They mentioned providing additional "premium content" as well, although those plans aren't completely clear right now.

Sony hopes to restore service by next week for online gaming to PS3 and PSP users, and to have the full service, including the PlayStation Store and Qriocity, back online by the end of the month.

We'll have more information soon, so stay tuned.

PSN Down Compensation Plan Announced, Service Back Online By End of May


Blog Tags

  • Sara Underwood's Naked Bike Ride

    Posted: June 22, 2011

    1,305,997 Views | 05:20

  • International Sexy Ladies Show: Messy Cat Fight

    Posted: January 27, 2010

    632,542 Views | 00:49

  • Adult Star Kirsten Price Tests Kinect's Nude Filter

    Posted: November 12, 2010

    1,434,008 Views | 04:33

  • Best Nude Scenes in Video Games

    Posted: June 29, 2009

    1,521,618 Views | 03:12

  • International Sexy Ladies Show: Wrestling in Moscow

    Posted: June 19, 2009

    135,799 Views | 01:24