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Sony Apologises for PSN Outage With Five Days of PlayStation Plus

Sony, in an effort to make amends with customers over the Christmas hack of the PlayStation Network by hacker group Lizard Squad, are offering PlayStation Plus members five free days of membership. Any user with an active PS Plus membership or free trial on 25th December is eligible. In addition, Sony will make a 10% discount code available to all PlayStation Store users some time later this month.

Eric Lempel, head of Sony Entertainment Network, said on the PlayStation blog, “We wanted to show our appreciation for your patience.”

The five free days of PlayStation Plus are automatically applied, so there is no need for users to opt in.

Source: Eurogamer

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