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AT&T 5G Customers Get Free Game Streaming Subscriptions

The AT&T logo over a Gooogle Stadia controller
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Back in 2021, AT&T offered a free six-month Stadia Pro subscription with the purchase of eligible 5G phones. But the company is now broadening this promotion—new and existing AT&T customers get half a year of Stadia Pro and NVIDIA GeForce Priority so long as you have a 5G smartphone and an Unlimited plan.

A Stadia Pro membership unlocks free games every month, plus exclusive game discounts and perks like 4K, HDR, and 5.1 surround sound support. Even if you aren’t all that interested in cloud gaming, it’s a killer deal for the free games alone.

The NVIDIA GeForce Now Priority membership is also an exciting offer, though it doesn’t come with any free games. Instead, you get to play the games you own from Steam, Epic, and GOG on any device with ray tracing, 1080p resolution, stable 60FPS gameplay, and 6-hour gaming sessions. (Free GeForce Now users get 1-hour play sessions, after which they must wait in a queue to continue playing.)

Unfortunately, this offer doesn’t include a GeForce Now RTX 3080 subscription, which lets you game using a virtual RTX 3080 rig.

If you’re a new or existing AT&T customer, you can visit the company’s website to check if you’re eligible for the Stadia Pro and NVIDIA GeForce Priority promotions.

Six Months of Stadia Pro

New and existing AT&T customers with a qualifying 5G plan are eligible for six months of free Stadia Pro.

Six Months NVIDIA GeForce Now Priority

Unlock six months of NVIDIA GeForce Now Priority with a new or existing AT&T 5G plan. NVIDIA GeForce Now Priority brings a high-quality gaming experience with ray tracing to any device.

Source: AT&T via Android Central

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