Free ADSL data with digital purchases at BT Games

BT Games has officially launched its PC digital download store, offering deals on games and free data with a purchase

BT Games online store

BT Games has officially launched its PC digital download website. To promote the launch, they have partnered with Internet Service Provider (ISP), Afrihost, to offer vouchers for 10GB of ADSL data.

An Afrihost representative told MyGaming that they have arranged 1,000 of these vouchers with BT Games, which will be used for promoting the new BT Games digital download store.

In other words, these vouchers are limited, and distributed on a first come, first serve basis.

Platforms such as Steam and Origin are supported. Some of the launch specials include:

  • Battlefield 3: R79
  • Dragon Age Origins: Ultimate Edition: R99
  • Dragon Age 2: R69.95
  • Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition: R129
  • Mass Effect 3: R199.90
  • SimCity (2013): R199.90
  • Skyrim: R199

“You are now able to purchase via download a wide variety of PC and Mac games, expansion packs and DLC offerings on our website. Instead of having to collect your game from a store or waiting for it to be couriered to you, you are now able to download it directly to your PC immediately after payment has been confirmed,” explains the website.

Check out the store: http://downloads.btgames.co.za/

What do you think of BT Games new digital download store? Let us know in the comments below and on the MyGaming forum.

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