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EE UK Customers Offered XBox Consoles and Game Pass Ultimate

Thursday, November 18th, 2021 (9:47 am) - Score 3,432
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Mobile operator EE UK has today announced that Pay Monthly Mobile customers of their service can now take a Microsoft Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with “unlimited gaming data” from £21 a month (£31 with the video data pass) and they can also have an Xbox Series X video gaming console for just £10 upfront.

The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gives you access to Microsoft’s huge library of games (inc. cloud gaming), online multiplayer, as well as exclusive member discounts and various in-game perks or partner offers. The pass was originally designed for use alongside their Xbox video game console(s), but these days you can also use it on PC and mobile devices too (provided you have a game controller).

In short, EE are offering two bundles to their Pay Monthly Mobile customers. The first bundle enables customers to choose an Xbox Series S console for just £10 upfront with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and unlimited gaming data for £21 a month over 24 months. The second bundle offers an Xbox Series X also for just £10 upfront when they take Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, unlimited gaming data and a Video Data Pass for £31 a month over 24 months.

Alistair Wilson, Director of Devices & Partnerships at EE, said:

“As the UK’s no.1 network for 5G and gaming, we continually look for ways to provide our customers with compelling gaming experiences. Our new gaming bundles provide customers with a great way to get involved in next-gen gaming with access to the latest games and unlimited gaming data as well as an Xbox console.”

You could of course just buy all of this separately from EE.

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3 Responses
  1. Christopher Havard says:

    If you are already an EE customer, and in the market for an Xbox, and if you would likely take out an Xbox games pass subscription, and if you would use said subscription on your phone. Then this may be a good deal. There’s a lot of ifs in that scenario.

    Microsoft will sell you an Xbox series X plus the games pass, spread over 24 months for £28.99, so EE are offering unlimited video & game data for an extra £2 per month.

    I did notice though, that once the 24 months are up, they’ll still bill you the full £31 per month. Which is likely to catch out a few people. Seems cheeky.

    1. Ex employee says:

      Is that last part definitely the case? Plan additions like this typically have an expiry date set at point of purchase although can see why that could be the case.

  2. Mark Kelly says:

    It is indeed case ex employee on EE actual site

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