EE announces Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deal to help you save money

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EE has announced a new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate add-on for its customers that use an Android smartphone. The bundle gives users access to over 100 Xbox games on the go with inclusive unlimited data for £10 per month; over a year, this will save customers more than £100.

According to the mobile carrier, the add-on is accessible to all EE Pay Monthly Android smartphone customers that have a Smart or Essential plan. It’ll cost £10 per month as mentioned earlier and is delivered on a 30-day rolling contract so you have some flexibility in how long you subscribe for. Games such as Forza Horizon 4, Sea of Thieves, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection can be accessed with the Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) app.

Commenting on the new offer, Alistair Wilson, Director of Partnerships at EE, said:

“As the UK’s number one network for 5G and gaming, we continually look for ways to help our customers get the most from their mobile gaming experience. The number of mobile gamers has increased by almost a fifth (18%) during lockdown. As restrictions lift our new add-on provides customers with real value, allowing them to access and play over 100 high quality games on the move with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and all without the need to worry about impacting their monthly data allowance.”

In addition to this offer, EE offers hardware and accessories including the Razer Kishi mobile gaming controller through its EE Add To Plan service that allows you to spread the cost over 11 months, interest-free.

Anyone who does take advantage of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate add-on offer will also be able to play games on Android tablets, Windows 10 PCs, or on an Xbox console. This is great if you feel like playing on a bigger screen.

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