Fancy a free Nintendo Switch?

Fancy a free Nintendo Switch?
Yes, it’s that time of year again. Halloween is done. Bonfire Night is done. Now it’s a full-on face-full of funky festive frivolity.

EE have unveiled their early bird Christmas offers and, if you get one of the Huawei or Nokia handsets on a 10GB plan or above, you get a Nintendo Switch absolutely free! Great as a present for someone or perhaps for yourself. Plus, if you’re planning to upgrade anyway, it means you’ve potentially ticked off a Christmas gift without spending any extra. All you have to do is have one of the following plans and at least one of the 10GB plans mentioned below..


Huawei P20 LITE – no upfront cost, £38 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)
Huawei MATE 20 LITE – no upfront cost, £43 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)
Huawei P20 – no upfront cost, £48 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)
Huawei P20 PRO – no upfront cost, £53 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)
Huawei MATE 20 PRO – £10 upfront cost, £68 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)
Nokia 3.1 – no upfront cost, £33 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)
Nokia 7.1 – no upfront cost, £43 per month for 24 months, unlimited minutes and texts and 10GB of data (essential plan)

You’ve got to be a bit savvy though – the Nintendo Switch offer is only available until November 19th.

EE also has Christmas deals for pay as you go and Flex customers, including double data for up to three months on selected pay as you go packs and Flex plans. They’re also offering deals on ADSL and home fibre connections.

Head to the EE website for all the details. Oh, and don’t forget to check our reviews section if you want to know more about the Huawei and Nokia handsets.

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