Get Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare PS4 Free By Buying Sony Experia 10 Or L3

Players can get a free PS4 and copy of the game with one of Sony’s high-spec phones.
Players can get a free PS4 and copy of the game with one of Sony’s high-spec phones. Activision Blizzard

Who does not love freebies? If you think that the free PS4 with a brand new Sony Xperia phone is already a hit, then you are greatly mistaken. There is one that is a lot better – a free PS4 with a copy of the newly released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare upon buying the Sony Xperia 10 or L3.

Yes, that is right – at least four different Sony mobile phones are being included in the offer. It gives you the option to choose between the Xperia 5, Xperia 10, Xperia 1, or Xperia L3. Obviously, the sweetest among these is none other than the Xperia 5, which is the newest device in the lineup. Still, if you decide to go for one of those budget phones, you will still get a fair deal.

Also, your choices are stretched across a few different networks, including EE, O2, and Vodafone. At the end of the day, though, it depends on the amount of day you really need to use your phone and whether you have a go-to service provider in mind. Whatever you feel like moving forward with, there are some terrific deals if you are looking for a new phone. For starters, you can always browse all Sony Xperia mobiles for yourself. If not, here are the offers Sony has in store for you.

For the Xperia 5, you can get it with unlimited minutes and texts, as well as 60GB of data on EE for only $64 per month and $12 upfront. If you go with O2, you can get a ludicrous 120GB of data instead for only $75 per month and £12 upfront. But if you are on a budget, you can go with the Xperia 1 with unlimited minutes, texts and 1GB of data for $32 and no upfront cost.

If you decide to purchase the PS4 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare bundle separately, you can expect to pay about $268. Interestingly, retailers have started reducing a whole selection of Modern Warfare PS4 and Xbox One bundles.

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