Microsoft has teamed with Dodo Australia to offer an Xbox bundled with unlimited broadband in metro and regional areas.
According to a Dodo spokesperson, the bundle costs $59.95 per month for an ADSL 2+ service in metropolitan areas.
Customers in regional areas must content themselves with regular DSL, as well as a plan costing $10 more than charged to city-dwellers.
The 24-month plan is also bundled with a membership to Xbox Live Gold, allowing online game-playing and access to other services.
The Dodo spokesperson said the Xbox deal is the first of its type done by the company. “We are always looking to do deals and bundles like this,” she said.
Dodo has also recently branched out beyond technology offerings with car, home and contents insurance. The insurance product, launched last month, is underwritten by Auto & General Insurance Services.