How to Buy an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S on EE
Xbox delivers the most powerful gaming console on the market with the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. Existing EE customers can add a range of Xbox products including the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S to their plan and pay monthly to spread the cost. Or if you’d prefer you can pay upfront.
Why buy an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S?
Both Xbox consoles deliver some of the best gaming experiences on the market. There are a few key reasons you might decide on an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S:
The Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X both feature improved graphics and processing power, allowing for a more immersive and smoother gaming experience.
Backwards compatibility: Both consoles are backwards compatible with a nostalgia boosting library of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games, meaning gamers will never be short of something to play- even if it isn’t the first time.
Exclusive titles: The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S both benefit from titles exclusive to Xbox like Halo and Gears of War series. And some great titles coming soon like Starfield and Redfall.
Online gaming: the Xbox online gaming community has been a huge part of the Xbox experience since the first console. With Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate you can access both a gaming community of millions of players and a library of games to play.
High quality 4K and 120fps gaming and streaming: The Xbox Series X supports 4K resolution and 120fps which gives gamers who want the best visual gaming experience and a super high frame rate the best performance on the market. For more casual gamers, both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles can be used as a media hub to stream movies, TV shows, and music.
When the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S is in stock:
EE have regular stock delivered for both Xbox consoles, as well as games and accessories, you’ll find our current best-selling products below. All consoles, bundles and accessories are available to purchase now, or add to your bill and spread the cost with monthly payments.
Xbox Series X Consoles & Bundles
Xbox Series S Consoles & Bundles
- Xbox Series S
- Xbox Series S With Additional Controller
- Xbox Series S Gaming Bundle
- Xbox Series S Gilded Hunter Bundle
Xbox Series S and Series X Accessories
For more on all the above you can browse Xbox products here
When the Xbox is out of stock:
Although the supply of new Xbox consoles has eased with the products now more readily available, we can’t predict what might happen in the future. If you do find we’re out of stock, you can register your interest in Xbox products here.
When does EE restock Xbox?:
We frequently receive new stock of the Xbox series X and Xbox Series S, so if you’re unlucky enough to see an ‘out of stock’ message check back regularly to ensure you don’t miss our next batch of consoles.
You can also discover more about our gaming products and services on our Gaming page.
Frequently asked questions about Xbox
What’s the difference between Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?
The Xbox Series X is the more powerful of the two consoles and was designed for 4k gaming, has a larger memory and slightly better CPU (Central Processing Unit) and GPU (Graphics Processing Unit). The Xbox Series S is the digital edition of the console and is the slightly more budget-friendly version with very similar specifications. Both consoles will play all the games you need, the difference really focuses on the level of performance you want.
Should I buy an Xbox Series S or Xbox Series X?
Buying either the Series X or Series S depends on your personal preference, budget and needs. If you’re someone who wants 4k gaming, needs more memory for games, saving video clips of that big win, and wants the edge in online gaming then you’d probably opt for the Series X. If you’re a more casual gamer, with a slightly lower budget and less concern for the frame rate of your gaming then the Xbox Series S would work for you.
What’s the latest generation of Xbox consoles?
The latest generation of Xbox consoles are the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Both released together on the 10th of November 2020. These consoles succeeded the Xbox One and is the fourth generation of the Xbox.