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Microsoft discontinued its subsidized $99 Xbox 360 with Kinect bundle in July 2013, the console manufacturer confirmed with the Wall Street Journal. The low-cost console was introduced in May 2012 and required a two-year Xbox Live commitment of buyers at a rate of $14.99 per month. The bundle worke...

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March 14, 2014 at 10:30AM
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Even though Microsoft is gearing up to support the launch of its next console, the Xbox One, on November 22, the company plans to support the established Xbox 360 console for at least another three years. Speaking at the Citi Global Technology Conference, Xbox chief marketing and strategy office...

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Microsoft has revealed additional subsidized Xbox 360 options, for people who want to spend a month pretending they got a good deal. In addition to the 4GB system with Kinect for $99 (plus two years of Live at $14.99), Microsoft plans to add a 250GB system with an initial $99 payment and a 250GB/Ki...

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The rumored $99 Xbox 360 with two-year $15 a month contract is official. It includes a Kinect, Xbox Live Gold service and a two-year warranty. The offer is now available on the Microsoft Store site. The math works out to roughly $460 for the bundle over the next two years. Currently the 4GB Xbox 36...

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