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    Microsoft announces Xbox Scarlett upgrade offer

    Program in UK, US and Australia facilitates trade-ins bought from select partners.
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    Re: Microsoft announces Xbox Scarlett upgrade offer

    It's a good way to compete with Stadia and the extra cost can be warranted by the fact it is a full console that runs games locally. It will be interesting to see if Sony can push a refreshed campaign for PlayStation Now, they have a head start with this type of service and it seemed to be netting them some profit back in April, some special offers and big exclusive could really keep Sony ahead at this game.

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    Re: Microsoft announces Xbox Scarlett upgrade offer

    So Sweden.
    That probably mean Danish tax payers will again pick up the cost, cuz the bank ( probably Nordea ) are on a HSBC level of evil and should be banned from doing banking /trading here if you ask me.

    Thats what "you won't pay any interest" mean to me.

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