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PlayStation Vita 3G arrives on February 22 with AT&T, data pricing confirmed

PlayStation Vita 3G launches next month

| Gaming News | Posted: Jan 11, 2012 3:15 am

CES 2012: Sony's PlayStation Vita has been confirmed by Sony's Kuni Suzuki to arrive on AT&T's 3G network come February 22, 2012. The PS Vita is set to include the biggest software lineup in the history of the PlayStation, with the biggest amount of apps available to the device as it launches.

 

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Both 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity are included, as we already know. The PS Vita will have two data plans with AT&T, with no term contracts. The two plans include 250MB and 2GB of data for $14.99 and $25 per month, respectively. Both plans will be month-to-month, which can really excite those who don't want to feel locked in with a 1- or 2-year contract.

 

Glenn Lurie, president, emerging devices for AT&T says:

 

The data plans for the PlayStation Vita will give gaming enthusiasts a convenient and seamless path to connect to a nationwide mobile broadband network while gaming on the go. We are looking forward to providing PlayStation Vita users the ability to experience a new era of portable gaming through wireless integration. This introduces an entirely new gaming experience, with access to popular social networking sites, right on the device.

 

Will you get a PlayStation Vita when it hits?

NEWS SOURCESEngadget.com, Slashgear.com

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