Posted on 23 October, 2012 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Microsoft just announced that they are expanding its subsidized Xbox offer, covering more models and stores. In addition to the subsidized $99 Xbox 360 + Kinect bundle that was launched back in May, the company will start offering a 250GB Xbox 360 for $99 or $149 with Kinect when you sign up for an Xbox Live Gold account for two years, costing the user $14.99 per month.
The original 4GB with Kinect bundle is still available and goes for $99 as well. Initially the first bundle was only available in 16 official Microsoft stores, but the company is changing that. Microsoft hasn’t confirm the changes, but there is a holding page where users can “check back later to see a full list of participating retailers.”
[Via: The Verge]