Sony is telling Japanese retailers to offer a cashback deal on purchases of a 3G-enabled PlayStation Vita, according to reports.
Andriasang reports that early last week Amazon began offering ¥2,000 (£16) to those that buy a 3G Vita and a game. It appears that it was designed not by Amazon, but Sony itself, with the company now telling retailers to offer the same deal from February 23.
It's further evidence that Sony is seeking to improve sales of the pricier 3G Vita - reports in December claimed that only 56 per cent of 3G stock was sold at the system's launch in Japan, compared to 85 per cent of WiFi-only stock. Soon after, some Japanese retailers were reportedly selling the 3G model for just ¥19 (15p) nmore than the WiFi system.
Vita launches in the west this week, and there are similar incentives to stimulate demand for the 3G model. In the UK, Vodafone is offering a 4GB memory card and free download of WipeOut 2048to those that top up their Vita's 3G SIM card with £5.
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