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Sony cuts price of PS Vita 3G at selected stores

Posted by Nisha Dwivedi News | Current Affairs Mar 12, 2013
Most of Sony stores in the US have apparently slashed the price of the 3G PS Vita console.
Sony stores through the U.S. have dropped the price of the PS Vita 3G model, reports The Verge. The stores are selling the console for $199.97, a full $100 cheaper than its retail price. Formerly this month, we read about how PS Vita sales in Japan basically expanded, after receiving a price cut.

3G bundles include the console, an 8GB memory card and also a voucher for a free Play Station Network game, as long as you sign up for the actual data plan. The online shop still shows both the WiFi and 3G models for $249, thus for now all we know is that if you are interested in buying, it would serve you well to look around for the lower price.

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