Sony offering a limited edition Launch Bundle for the PlayStation Vita with an AT&T DataConnect Session Pass
The deal includes an 8GB Memory Card, a free PSN Game, and an AT&T DataConnect Session Pass that’s good for 250MB of 3G data.
While there is a “First Edition Bundle” also available at launch that includes a 4GB Memory Card, a game, and a case, this is the first bundle being offered that includes some AT&T service with it so you can literally tear it out of the box and get online.
As we previously mentioned, AT&T announced that it will be the exclusive U.S. wireless carrier for the PlayStation Vita and will offer both 250MB and 2GB prepaid data plans.
source: Sony via GSMArena
1. Birds posted on 28 Jan 2012, 17:42 1 0
Cool but the PSVita has software issues and I definitely am not getting the first batches of these hoess! ROFL. I learned that the hard way with the Nook Color.
2. andrew1953 posted on 28 Jan 2012, 18:19 2 0
SONY should offer a similar package for the remote but not insignificant Australian market but they won't. We just get ripped off by the tight fisted control freaks that import these devices. Only after 6 months of flat sales will we see any loosening of the profit strings.
3. caclark724 posted on 29 Jan 2012, 10:17 1 0
Best Buy is offering service through Sprint, Verizon, or ATT with a Mobile Hotspot. If you take advantage of that offer, you get the PSVita at $149.99. Sounds like a good idea to me!