Looks like Sony is trying to drum up some interest in its Music Unlimited Premium service on PlayStation 3 with a limited time offer of a 60-day free trial. I've never tried it, but the interface looks very pretty. You'll have a library of millions of songs and can personalize channels by genre, mood, artist, or whatever. And you can also set up a cloud library of your favorite tunes you can access on PSP, Android phone, Sony tablet, Blu-ray player and Bravia TV, or any PC.
All you have to do is go to the Apps section of the PlayStation Store and download the free trial app of Music Unlimited, which will give you 60 days of the service to try it out. The fine print, however, is that you have to be 18 or over and give them some credit card information. Why do they need credit card info for a free trial, you may well ask? Because if you don't cancel your subscription before the end of the free trial, they'll automatically start charging you the monthly fee. And I would gather that they're going to continue charging you the $9.99 a month for the Premium service instead of the $3.99 Basic service. So yeah, I'm probably going to pass on this one, but you can make your own call.
Limited Time Offer: Music Unlimited 60 Day Premium Free Trial [PlayStation Blog]