EE has today announced that customers who choose a new Fibre Max plan will receive up to 12 months’ Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and unlimited mobile gaming data, worth up to £252 at no extra cost. The deal comes in addition to existing benefits for EE pay monthly mobile customers including a 10% discount on their Full Fibre bill and a free 20GB mobile data boost.
With Xbox Game Pass Ultimate customers can stream or download over 100 high-quality Xbox games such as Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite on console, PC, tablet, and phone, with new games added each month. Plus, get all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold and an EA Play membership too. With speeds of up to 900Mbps and super-stable reliability for multiplayer sessions, it’s the ultimate way to explore the full power of full fibre for undisrupted gaming nights with friends and family.
Customers will also receive inclusive unlimited mobile gaming data on the UK’s best network, so they can carry on gaming on EE’s superfast 5G network when they’re out and about. Unlimited mobile gaming data is ideal for the 76%* of consumers who say they would stream more high-quality mobile games if they didn’t need to worry about the impact on their mobile data allowance.
Please see below for the options available:
· Fibre Max 900 – customers can receive 12 months’ Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and zero-rated gaming data worth £252
· Fibre Max 500 – For those opting for Fibre Max 500, customers can receive six months’ Xbox Game Pass Unlimited and zero-rated gaming data worth £126
Alistair Wilson, Director of Devices and Partnerships, EE said: “Matching Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with our advanced Full Fibre service will allow gamers to experience the full benefits of our next-gen network and help them to optimise their performance. We’re also giving EE mobile customers who take out EE Full Fibre, unlimited mobile data for gaming at no extra cost too – so not only can they benefit from the latest next-gen cloud gaming when at home, they can also access our superfast 5G network to carry on gaming on the move.”
Further information on EE’s Full Fibre Max, please visit: ee.co.uk/broadband/fibre-max-broadband