Sony says no price cut planned

No price cutAfter rumors of a price cut for the PSP emerged, a Sony spokesperson told that they have no plans to cut the price of the PSP.

The rumor started when industry analyst P.J. McNealy told CNN Money that a price cut for the PSP during the second half of the year was imminent. PSP news websites including this one quickly picked it up and ran with it, but a Sony UK spokesperson dismissed the rumours saying: “Currently we have no plans to cut the price of the PSP at this time.”

Some analyst predict that Sony will slash the prices on the PlayStation 2 in time for the holidays, but we all know how reliable these predictions are don’t we?


4 Responses to “Sony says no price cut planned”

  1. 1 Mitchyd

    Shame. I was hoping it would sway the haters.

  2. 2 DOX

    I told u that they would not

  3. 3 Culvers

    They still might, why would they want to announce it? Everybody thinking about buying a PSP now would then just wait until the price cut and Sony would lose out on revenue.

  4. 4 Mitchyd

    Eventually there will be.

    I’m betting on PS3 launch. They NEED to lower it for Chrsitmas to…*sigh*…”gain ground” in that bullshit “war”

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