Sony has announced via the US PS Blog that those who pre-ordered the First Edition Bundle of PS Vita will be handed an AT&T DataConnect Pass good for one free 250MB session, and a PSN game upon activation of the system’s 3G.
The First Edition Bundle already includes either the 3G/Wi-Fi version of the handheld, along with a limited edition case, a 4GB PS Vita Memory Card and Little Deviants.
In addition to the extra present already outlined, Sony has announced an “extremely limited edition” bundle which will include an 8GB PS Vita Memory Card, an AT&T DataConnect Pass and a PSN game for $299.
Sony has also revealed that the Taco Bell promotion announced for Vita earlier this month has commenced. So, while you are eating fourth meal, you can now also try your hand at winning a Vita instead of paying for it.
Vita launches in the US, as well as Europe, on February 22.
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