Sony fixes PlayStation Plus subscription pricing error

Sony’s correcting what it says was a “technical error” that resulted in users being charged a higher than expected price to upgrade to one of the new PlayStation Plus tiers.

As the revamped subscription service went live in Asia on May 23rd, some users were reporting anyone trying to upgrade from a subscription they’d purchased at a discount was faced with paying back what they’d saved initially, plus the upgrade price for a new tier.

Essentially, in order for consumers to take advantage of the shiny new PlayStation Plus, Sony was gonna get all their money.

There was also a similar situation happening for people who “stacked”

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