O2 Priority will soon offer video games early to O2 customers, according to a new report. Now, the date you get hold of a flagship new game could all depend on what network you’re on: read on for the details.
As part of the O2 Priority scheme, which lets customers buy gig tickets before full release, the network will soon sell PC games up to 48 hours ahead of release too.
MCV reports that the O2 Priority offer will also allow new O2 mobile and broadband customers to get free game downloads too.
O2, which also sells games in its high street stores, has yet to reveal what games or publishers are involved in the new O2 Priority scheme, but if any of the big games lined up for this Summer are involved, and you’re on O2, you might just find a few more people wanting to be bezzie mates all of a sudden.
We’ve contacted O2 for more details on the O2 Priority plans and will update when we hear back.