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Old 2nd Sep 2011, 13:11   #1
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Sony reports growth in PSN users

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Old 2nd Sep 2011, 13:38   #2
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surely it's not so much popularity but more a lack of choice?
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Wondering how they've managed to get more users when their registration site seems to be constantly down: https://store.playstation.com/accoun...ionFlow.action
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surely it's not so much popularity but more a lack of choice?
Exactly. I'd say it's probably close to a 1:1 relationship to the number of Sony consoles sold...
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Old 3rd Sep 2011, 02:41   #6
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I actually wonder how many people are using credit cards to purchase items off PSN
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Old 3rd Sep 2011, 21:21   #7
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"cyberr" hurr derrpppp.

I agree with wodeln
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I'm almost entirely sure the metric they are using is total registered users. Oh look! It's constantly increasing! It must be more popular!
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Could it be due to the fact people have had a PSN account for several years now on a old e-mail address they have deleted and forgot about. Thus the forgot password process is impossible for those in the UK to the point only a new account will do. God I have tried tried the phone lines and e-mails but I am not who I say I am to them
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surely it's not so much popularity but more a lack of choice?
Exactly. I'd say it's probably close to a 1:1 relationship to the number of Sony consoles sold...
You can buy a PS3 and use it quite satisfactorily without having a PSN account so if people were worried they just wouldn't bother
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Probably a load of people signing up so when the psn goes down again for a month they get some free stuff..
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Good to see the hacking scandal doesn't seem to have had a lasting effect

Hopefully their security's a little tighter to stop stuff like that happening again so soon
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