If you bought or are planning on buying a Sony Ericsson Xperia device (including the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman) sometime soon be sure to consider this deal Sony has going on. New Xperia device owners are being offered 5 movie downloads from Video Unlimited and 90 days of Sony’s Music Unlimited service. Those of you who already have one since November 1st are eligible and those who are planning on buying one and taking advantage of this offer have until the January 31st, 2012 to do so. Not a bad deal at all. This one only applies to France, Germany, Spain, Italy, the UK and Australia. [Sony Ericsson via Android Central]
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