EE will be getting more PS5 stock that’s available to buy with its Add to Plan scheme. The Twitter account for the leading mobile operator has revealed more PS5 stock will be available soon, with customers having to register their interest before October 24 to be in with a chance of purchasing a PS5 with EE. If you’re not aware of how PS5 restocks work at EE then there’s a few things you need to know.
PS5 consoles can be purchased via EE’s online shop and added to your existing mobile phone via the Add To Plan scheme. This lets EE customers purchase a wide variety of tech and then spread out the cost of these devices with monthly payments added on top of your regular contract fee. With the PS5, the cost of the console is spread out across 11 months – with prices starting from £40 a month, depending on which purchase option you go for.
There is a limit of one PS5 console per customer and you will also need to put down a £10 upfront cost.
All sounds good so far? Well, there’s a few other important things you need to be aware of – which means some EE customers will miss out.
Add To Plan is only available for pay monthly handset customers – so if you’re on a SIM-only plan you won’t be able to take advantage of this.
Not only that, but you need to be within the first 17 months of your contract to be able to get an Add To Plan accessory.
You also need to be an existing customer will EE to take advantage of this upcoming PS5 add-on.
Customers can only purchase a maximum of three Add To Plan gadgets with EE. So if you’ve already reached that limit you won’t be able to get a PS5 either.
Alerting EE customers about the next PS5 restock, the mobile operator’s official Twitter posted: “We’ve got more stock of #PS5 on the way.
“Register your interest by 4pm on the 24th October and we’ll let you know when they’re available to add to your plan: http://ee.co.uk/comingsoon“.
If you want to purchase a PS5 with EE then click here to head to the website you need to visit.
EE also offers the Xbox Series X and S via its Add To Plan scheme, if you’re after one of Microsoft’s consoles instead.