EE is giving customers the chance to get their hands on the next-gen PS5 console – but only while stocks last
Mobile phone network EE announced that it will be offering a limited number of PlayStation 5 consoles to customers who are eligible to pay monthly.
EE has reduced its stock of popular consoles today (Wednesday, March 2), however they are only available while in stock.
The next generation console is available on Add to planSpread the cost over 11 months with no interest, but only to customers who are eligible to Pay Monthly.
PlayStation 5 consoles are available on a first-come, first-served basis through My EE on EE website or the My EE app. Because of limited availability, EE customers are being urged to act quickly.
On their website, Argos says: “Sorry, this item is too popular! But we may receive more stock, so please check back at a later date. “
Currys customers can sign up for email notifications to know when the PS5 is back in stock.
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Very said: “Unfortunately, we’ve sold out of our PS5 consoles right now. We’ll have more in stock coming soon, so keep checking back to see our next sale. we.”
If you subscribe to EE, the mobile network will update you when the PS5 console becomes available.
Eligible customers can find out this if they can get a PS5 on a 12 month contract or so in the future.
There are two versions of PlayStation 5 to choose from: the PS5 console for £449.99 and the PS5 Digital Edition console for £359.99.
The difference between the PS5 console and the PS5 Digital Edition console is the inclusion of an Ultra HD Blu-ray drive in the PS5 console. The PS5 Digital Edition console does not come with a drive.
The Sony PlayStation 5 first launched in November 2020, and many shoppers have been trying desperately to get their hands on one ever since. You’ll have to pay £449 for the full console, while the Digital Edition without the disc tray costs £359.
Expect lightning-fast loads with ultra-fast SSDs and 3D audio technology.
Major retailers like Argos and Very have very low stocks due to high demand, so shoppers should keep an eye out if you’re looking to buy one.
Where to buy Sony PlayStation 5
Both versions of the PlayStation 5 go head-to-head with the Xbox Series X (£449) and Xbox Series S (£249), also released in November 2020.
The Xbox Series X has an AMD Zen 2 8-core CPU, clocked at 3.6GHz, 10GB of GGDR6 RAM, and an AMD GPU clocked at 4 Teraflops.
While the entry-level Xbox Series S runs games at a targeted resolution of 1440p and upscales to 4K, which means they look incredibly good.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/shopping-deals/ee-offering-playstation-5-consoles-26367786 EE is offering PlayStation 5 consoles to customers who are eligible to pay monthly