If you frequently play online games, the cost of all subscription services can quickly add up.
That’s without mentioning how difficult it can be to get your hands on rare consoles like the PlayStation 5.
One of the options for gamers who are terminally ill online is to subscribe to an online console bundle, which can help you spread the cost of the console and subscription services.
EE has been selling a popular bundle for the Xbox Series X for some time, which gives people the option to pay for the console and two years of contracted Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
The company is now offering two new bundles for those looking to get their hands on the PS5 or Nintendo Switch OLED.
Looking at the PlayStation 5 first, you can grab the console, a two-year PS Plus subscription, and unlimited mobile games and contracted YouTube data.
This means you can watch as many YouTube streams and videos and play popular games like Pokémon Go without eating into your mobile data limit.
The plan costs just £10 upfront, then £31 per month for two years. This amounts to a total of £754 at the end of the contract.
PlayStation recently announced that the price of the console is increasing.
The new price is £389.99, while PS Plus Essential, which gives you new games to download and play every month, costs £99.99 for a one-year subscription.
This means that separately the package is worth £490, not including the cost of mobile data.
If you’re someone who plays a lot of mobile games or watches YouTube frequently on the go and spends more than £7 a month on data for those, this plan will save you some cash.
However, it’s also a viable option for those who just want to spread the cost of payment.
The Nintendo Switch OLED bundle contains the console, the same mobile data deal and a Nintendo Switch Online subscription for £10 up front, and £17 a month for two years, or £418.
The OLED consoles are cheaper than the PlayStation console at £309.99, while Switch costs just £17.99 for a one-year subscription.
That’s a separate cost of £345, meaning those spending more than £3 a month on their mobile data will save some cash here.
For more information, you can visit the official website of EE.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GL HF.
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