It's time to subscribe to PlayStation Vue. (And you've made a good choice in doing so.) But here's the question: How do you subscribe to PlayStation Vue?
OK, then. We can help. First off, you don't actually need a PlayStation gaming console to subscribe to PlayStation Vue. Let's just get that out of the way.
You will need a couple things to get started, though.
First, you're going to need a way to pay. The good news is PlayStation Vue uses a number of methods — there's PayPal, credit cards, and prepaid cards. It gets a little funky in that you'll be "adding funds" to a Sony Entertainment Network wallet (Sony owns PlayStation, in case you didn't know), and then that in turn automatically pays for PlayStation Vue service. Its seamless, even if it means more confirmation emails than you expect.
Next you're going to have to choose a PlayStation Vue plan. They run from about $35 a month to about $75 a month, with options for additional channels. We've got a breakdown of all that here.
What's left? Nothing, really — just go on over to PlayStation Vue and subscribe!
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