IF YOU’RE a gamer who finds themselves burning through their monthly mobile data allowance, then this is the broadband deal for you.
UK telecoms giant EE is offering customers who sign up for its high-speed internet tariffs unlimited mobile gaming data worth £252.
EE has announced a cracking broadband dealCredit: PA:Press Association
It means you can play to your heart’s content while out and about without worrying about burning through your allowance.
On top of all that, the mobile carrier will hand you 12 months’ worth of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
The service enables customers to stream or download more than 100 Xbox games such as Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite on their console, PC, tablet, and phone.
Announced Wednesday, EE’s deal is available to customers who sign up for its new Fibre Max plan.
That’s the company’s fastest fibre connection, is a type of high-speed broadband that uses fibre optic cables.
EE said its Fibre Max plans are designed to give customers the speeds they need for “seamless” 4K streaming and online gaming.
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Customers who sign up for Full Fibre Max 500 can receive 6 months’ Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and zero-rated gaming data worth £126.
Those signing up for Full Fibre Max 900 can get 12 months’ Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and zero-rated gaming data worth £252.
Full Full Fibre Max 500 offers download speeds of up to 500Mbps and upload speeds of 73Mbps. It’s priced at £40 per month.
The Max 900 plan boasts download speeds of up to 900Mbps and upload speeds of 110Mbps, and costs £49 per month.
EE’s Alistair Wilson 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.
“Not only can they benefit from the latest next-gen cloud gaming when at home, but they can also access our superfast 5G network to carry on gaming on the move.”
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