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Submitted by bggriffiths 298d ago | news

13 Months Xbox Live Gold Membership £24.99

Dealspwn writes: The Xbox Live Gold fee is no longer mandatory to use services like Netflix or Hulu, but it will be needed for all online multiplayer and to grab your free Games with Gold titles, which have now extended to the Xbox One too. Unlike PS Plus, the games are yours to keep if your membership runs out. This offer has added an extra month to the deal, giving you 13 months of coverage. (Xbox 360, Xbox One)

CapraDemon   299d ago | Trolling | show | Replies(10)
ZORDON   298d ago | Spam
wicked  +   298d ago
Just got one, now I'm good until November 7th 2015 :0)
oSHINSAo  +   297d ago
American Resident ?? or European ?
wicked  +   297d ago
UK
RyanShutup  +   298d ago
The article suggests you get to keep the games when your Gold sub runs out... this is no longer the case.
wicked  +   298d ago
Still the case with 360

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