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Free Stadia Premiere Edition with selected BT Fibre Broadband packages - from £39.99 month
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Free Stadia Premiere Edition with selected BT Fibre Broadband packages - from £39.99 month

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Posted 17th Jan

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Get Stadia Premiere Edition worth £119 with selected fibre broadband packages and bring home the future of gaming.

You’ll get a Chromecast Ultra, Stadia controller and Stadia Pro subscription* – everything you need to play.


What is Google Stadia?
Stadia is Google's new cloud-based gaming platform that allows you to play your favourite video games across screens instantly.


How do I get Google Stadia Premiere Edition with BT broadband?
Buy Superfast Fibre 2 or Ultrafast Fibre 100 or 250 broadband from January 17 until January 30 and you’ll get Google Stadia Premiere Edition worth £119 on us. This includes a Stadia controller, Chromecast Ultra, 3 months free Stadia Pro subscription and Destiny 2: The Collection.


How do I claim my Google Stadia Premiere Edition?
Choose an eligible broadband package and place an order. We’ll send you an email, usually within three days, confirming the next steps of the process.After your broadband has been installed, we’ll email you the code you need to claim your Google Stadia Premiere Edition. Download the Google Stadia App and sign in or register. Follow the online instructions to redeem your code. Google will despatch your device using your chosen delivery method.What is the quality that Stadia will stream content at?
Stadia will be able to stream games up to 4K HDR and 60 FPS quality for Stadia Pro subscribers. Non-subscribers can stream games up to 1080p and 60 FPS. Like any other internet streaming experience, higher quality connections will result in the best experience.


What devices will run Google Stadia?
  • Desktops and Laptops - Requires Google Chrome
  • Mac -Requires macOS X 10.9 and higher
  • PC - Requires Windows 7 and higher
  • TV - Requires Google Chromecast, HDMI Port
  • Tablets - Requires Google Chrome
  • Phones - Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3a, Google Pixel 4, Google Pixel 4a supported at Launch

What happens to my claimed games if I stop my Stadia Pro subscription?
If you stop your Stadia Pro subscription, you'll lose access to the games that you claimed as part of Stadia Pro. If you later re-join Stadia Pro, you will regain access to any Pro games that you claimed in the past, but you won't be able to retroactively claim any games that had been offered while you were unsubscribed and are no longer available to claim.
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Stadia is ready to join Ouya in the back of the cupboard.
Before the hate train starts. Stadia has had a rocky launch and there are still plenty of missing features, however the tech works and you can reliably play games providing your internet is fast enough. You get 3 months of pro which should give you 2 free games every month, if at the end you decide it's not for you then you can cancel with no cost.

It's not for everyone, but for those who only get a few hours to play games a week or travel a lot, it works well.
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Before the hate train starts. Stadia has had a rocky launch and there are still plenty of missing features, however the tech works and you can reliably play games providing your internet is fast enough. You get 3 months of pro which should give you 2 free games every month, if at the end you decide it's not for you then you can cancel with no cost.

It's not for everyone, but for those who only get a few hours to play games a week or travel a lot, it works well.
BT kills the deal COLD but then again Stadia
Their base package should be enough for 4k streams too, providing they don't throttle (I'm not sure if they do)
garybb17/01/2020 10:43

BT kills the deal COLD but then again Stadia


Agree I detest BT and their absolute greed they're probably trying to work out now if they could charge per second of play
My package with bt is 50mb/s, but i only get around 35mb/s speed. I'm leaving bt this month as the 18m contract comes to an end. The service has not been bad but it's not great. I would rate bt 6 out of 10. It's 100% better than Vodafone which was my previous provider. I would rate Vodafone broadband 1 out of 10
Edited by: "TiredParent" 17th Jan
Stadia is ready to join Ouya in the back of the cupboard.
I await the Stadia entry in the 2020 upcoming section gcemetery.co/
Curious about this. Out deal with Virgin is up and we're looking elsewhere. This would be the same price for the same speeds, is it a good deal?
Ballsy move from BT, seeing as they can’t even steam sport reliably to my house...
TiredParent17/01/2020 11:16

My package with bt is 50gb, but i only get around 35gb speed. I'm leaving …My package with bt is 50gb, but i only get around 35gb speed. I'm leaving bt this month as the 18m contract comes to an end. The service has not been bad but it's not great. I would rate bt 6 out of 10. It's 100% better than Vodafone which was my previous provider. I would rate Vodafone broadband 1 out of 10


I was going to go with voda when i moved into my flat, glad i didn't.
Hmmm interesting move from BT

we are moving house in 2 weeks and didn’t realise it was FTTP which while great news, it’s bloody expensive. I wouldn’t mind trying this but you know Google will scrap the service in a few years,

BT were partnered with Onlive when they launched in the UK and look how that went.

Think I would prefer the £90 MasterCard gift card. Still get £115 on top cash back though
Considering I have to pay FULL PRICE to play games I won't even own, no thanks!
I'm sure Superfast Fibre 2 was 29.99 a fortnight ago...
I have massive bandwidth with Virgin, but no interest in Stadia. Bit ironic because is quite slow and offer the Stadia with it
I pay 27.99 with bt for 73mb speed. I can sign up for 2 more years for same price. What are the chances I can get this thrown in? They were trying to get me with a free ring doorbell and still 27.99 before Xmas and my contract is up this month
Glurt17/01/2020 10:34

Before the hate train starts. Stadia has had a rocky launch and there are …Before the hate train starts. Stadia has had a rocky launch and there are still plenty of missing features, however the tech works and you can reliably play games providing your internet is fast enough. You get 3 months of pro which should give you 2 free games every month, if at the end you decide it's not for you then you can cancel with no cost. It's not for everyone, but for those who only get a few hours to play games a week or travel a lot, it works well.


Does not work as specified does it tho many games where said and confirmed to run at 4k60 by google they lied some are even 1080p 30 the tech in theory is good but not ready
philmount17/01/2020 18:31

I pay 27.99 with bt for 73mb speed. I can sign up for 2 more years for …I pay 27.99 with bt for 73mb speed. I can sign up for 2 more years for same price. What are the chances I can get this thrown in? They were trying to get me with a free ring doorbell and still 27.99 before Xmas and my contract is up this month



you should get lucky then as a Ring doorbell are usually worth a lot more than Stadia.
LeeMoles8717/01/2020 14:51

Hmmm interesting move from BTwe are moving house in 2 weeks and didn’t r …Hmmm interesting move from BTwe are moving house in 2 weeks and didn’t realise it was FTTP which while great news, it’s bloody expensive. I wouldn’t mind trying this but you know Google will scrap the service in a few years,BT were partnered with Onlive when they launched in the UK and look how that went. Think I would prefer the £90 MasterCard gift card. Still get £115 on top cash back though


I actually liked onlive, they paved the way for xbox's game pass!! Just didn't have the right marketing or software.
Would have been good if it was free for the remainder of the broadband, bt can never do anything right.
CursedNaruto22/01/2020 13:35

Would have been good if it was free for the remainder of the broadband, bt …Would have been good if it was free for the remainder of the broadband, bt can never do anything right.


Once the Pro subscription expires you can continue using Stadia for free, you just can't play the free games you got with Pro. Any games you've paid for you can still play though.
Glurt22/01/2020 14:01

Once the Pro subscription expires you can continue using Stadia for free, …Once the Pro subscription expires you can continue using Stadia for free, you just can't play the free games you got with Pro. Any games you've paid for you can still play though.


Yeah I remember, but that membership allows for high res gameplay so people can't play the games they do own at full res unless google cut that concept because it did seem like the person in charge of it needs to go to the funny farm for a few years.
TiredParent17/01/2020 11:16

My package with bt is 50mb/s, but i only get around 35mb/s speed. I'm …My package with bt is 50mb/s, but i only get around 35mb/s speed. I'm leaving bt this month as the 18m contract comes to an end. The service has not been bad but it's not great. I would rate bt 6 out of 10. It's 100% better than Vodafone which was my previous provider. I would rate Vodafone broadband 1 out of 10


And what were the speed expectations?
You might find that despite which supplier you use using the openreach infrastructure you'll get nigh on identical speeds.

Also is that wireless or wired speed tests?
For those who don’t want stadia, go through top cashback and it will give the £100 MasterCard gift card instead
Love my stadia and had flawless excellent 4k hdr stream with 40mbps. I've got 12 games and already 6 I'm planning on buying on stadia. So in my mind stadia isnt dead and it's my next step up from being digital since steam launch. If cloud gaming fails I will have no choice to back away from gaming because of my limited time as wasting so much on installs and updates
Edited by: "stephen_hoult" 25th Jan
RedRain17/01/2020 18:37

Does not work as specified does it tho many games where said and confirmed …Does not work as specified does it tho many games where said and confirmed to run at 4k60 by google they lied some are even 1080p 30 the tech in theory is good but not ready


Even though it doesnt offer 4k60 hdr on all games it wouldn't matter as steam statistics shows the majority of gamers dont use 4k hdr displays. So its great to know that stadia does play on the bandwidth it stated and the Input is impressive. Though remember the 4k only comes with the subscription so it's only google losing out of extra cash if games dont deliver. So from stream statistics of 1080p majority the main goal is for stadia to get game sales or free 2 play as hearing people use to the browser. To be fair on Google they say it's the tech that works but its delevelops need to optimised the port or develop new for stadia which can be seen with other new consoles for over a year
Edited by: "stephen_hoult" 25th Jan
Set for install next week , superhub due early next week but not seen anything in my documentation about the stadia delivery windows

anyone who ordered in the last few weeks know the timeframes ?

ignore me , read i need the redemption code sorry
Edited by: "Munkee" 28th Jan
Is BT the same as other broadband suppliers that if they increase their prices you have the right to leave?
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