Sony is going to make a huge change with PlayStation Plus that follows such investigation along with the competition of UK and Markets Authority. GamesIndustry.biz already confirmed that Sony also will now get into the touch along with PlayStation Plus subscribers that is definitely not been used actively by their account but to remind them how to cancel as their desires.
The company currently stops taking the payments belonging to the users that have not cancelled the service but can use it actively. The CMA’s latest-concluded investigation also had been related to the auto-renewal policies along with the video game industry, and it also has resulted in changes to Nintendo Switch Online and Xbox Game Pass.
Michael Grenfell reveals that CMA’s executive director of enforcement that also has been praised a lot for taking the moves by this video game industry.
Grenfell said,” As a result of our investigations, a number of changes have been made across this sector to protect customers and help tackle concerns about auto-renewing subscriptions,” he also added, ” Today’s announcement, therefore, concludes our investigations into the online video gaming sector.”
At this time there are also everyone contains more subscriptions than they can evoke, the professional shift in the policy from Sony is the welcome one. When there is a company that also has not exactly how long it would wait before contacting the users with the accounts that also have been idle that seems just like a safe bet that the policy has not any impact on PlayStation Plus subscribers as the regular take advantages of the service. Now the fans of the PlayStation are also using it on regular basis or weekly they will probably not have to worry about not being contacted.
We wish, this update will encourage similar decisions from the companies outside the industry of gaming! It contains more transparency like a good thing and that could prove to be beneficial to the consumers. Now the types of such policies also lead to the cancelling of such unusual subscriptions or that may bring more diligence about using them. Now it just remains whether such other companies might follow the suit, but Grenfell seems to be optimistic about that possibility.
Grenfell also said,” Companies in other sectors which offer subscriptions that auto-renew should review their practices for ensuring as they comply along with the consumer protection law.”
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