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BT Xbox game pass

BT has introduced a new deal for gaming fans by offering a free six-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass with a range of its high-speed fibre options.

Available on the firm's Superfast and Ultrafast broadband options, this gives users access to a library of over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games, all available to download and play as much as they want.

This includes some of Xbox's biggest new and exclusive releases, including Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 4 and the upcoming Crackdown 3.

As well as this, users can also get up to £150 to spend with a prepaid BT Reward Mastercard.

Users signing up to BT's Superfast Broadband deal will get six months of Xbox Game Pass and a £120 BT Reward card. This costs £35.99 a month for an 18-month contract and offers average download speeds of 50Mbps, unlimited UK weekend calls, BT Virus Protect on two devices, parental controls and 200GB cloud storage.

For faster performance, they can also opt for the Superfast 2 package, which increases the download speed to 67Mbps and costs £45.99 a month. This also comes with a £140 BT Reward card and 1,000GB of cloud storage.

Users can also get the Xbox Game Pass and BT Reward cards on Ultrafast packages, which also come as a discounted cost for a limited time. 

There is the Ultrafast Fibre deal, which has been reduced from £54.99 a month to £49.99 and offers speeds of 145Mbps, as well as the Unlimited Fibre 2, which delivers speeds of £00Mbps and now costs £54.99 a month, down from £59.99. These discounts end next Friday though, so users will have to be fast.

Both of these deals come with an 18-month contract and a one-off £59.99 activation fee and offer users a BT Smart Hub router, BT Plus benefits and a £150 BT Reward card.

The six months of free Xbox Game Pass will be available until January 6th 2019 and is available to all new BT Superfast Fibre, Superfast Fibre 2 or Ultrafast customers.

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