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When a new smartphone comes out, phone networks often bundle up a cool piece of tech included in the price to sweeten the deal. These are often a free pair of headphones, or a speaker to play your tunes.
But this EE deal takes the biscuit, as it’s offering a FREE PS4 console when you buy the new Sony Xperia 5.
As long as you sign up for a data deal that includes more than 30GB per month before Monday, November 4, you can claim back either a console (that includes a controller and a Year’s PS Plus membership – worth £364) or a PlayStation VR Starter Pack (worth £259.99).
So, you get a free bit of hardware worth a couple of hundred quid just for buying one of the latest smartphones that easily competes with some of the world’s flagship models – a pretty immense incentive.
Note that the offer is available while stocks last.
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If you didn’t know, the Xperia 5 is a super-powered smartphone designed specifically for watching content in the highest quality.
It has a special 21:9 aspect ratio on the 6.1-inch display, which gives you a screen optimised for watching movies and TV shows.
Everything from Netflix shows to movie downloads and games will look crisp and smooth on the FHD+ HDR OLED display. The camera is pretty impressive too, housing the popular triple-lens setup if you want to take stunning pictures.
You can pick up the Xperia 5 with 30GB of data and unlimited texts and calls with EE for £59 a month and no up-front fee.
You don’t get any of the network’s usual swappable benefits included in this deal – you are getting a PS4, after all – but there are other offers that will include those.
If you want to have a swappable benefit – which is basically a free year subscription to services like BT Sport HD, Amazon Prime Video, Spotify, Apple Music and much more – you can get 30GB of data and one benefit for £64 a month and no up-front fee.
If you need more data, go for the 100GB data package for £69 a month.
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