Xbox And High-Speed Broadband Fibre Bundles
An unrivalled service designed for gamers!
Now you can save on your Xbox Series X or S console rental and your Vox Fibre to the home subscription by selecting a bundled solution that matches your gaming needs.
Starting from only R1,293pm* you can rent an Xbox console and get a 50/50 uncapped, low latency Fibre line for uninterrupted gaming. (Available speeds and pricing dependent on feasible Fibre network operator in your area. )
Get the most out of your gaming time with a 24-month Xbox and Vox Fibre bundle rental:
- A fully managed service for the term for your Xbox console rental.
- Flexible end-term options to upgrade your console to the then current version.
- Low latency Network Design with transit routes throughout South Africa, North America, South America, Europe and the Rest of the World. With the savings you’ll enjoy with an Xbox and Fibre bundle you can spoil yourself with an extra controller, a new gaming monitor or gaming headset.
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Frequently Asked Questions
No, Xbox rentals bundled with a Vox Fibre line are exactly that, a rental for a 24-month term. At the end of the rental term you can enter into a new rental agreement for the same Xbox or different console and Fibre line or return the Xbox and cancel your Fibre line.
Yes, the Fibre line subscription and the Xbox rental are bundled together into a single 24-month contract.
Yes, you can opt to rent your Xbox without subscribing to a Fibre line. Please visit the Xbox rentals only page.
Your Xbox rental and Fibre line include a fully managed service, backed by Vox’s 24/7 service center. If we can’t solve your problem remotely we will dispatch an technician to assist you during working hours.
The best internet connection for gaming is one that delivers ample connection speed, comes with an uncapped data plan and maintains a low latency connection.
Latency impacts the speed at which the game responds to user input. The gaming software running on your console or PC, signals your input to the server through networking data packets that must travel via the internet connection provided by your Internet Service Provider, through their network and across the Internet all the way to the gaming server. Small delays are introduced as each data packet traverses networking devices (routers and switches) and fibre circuits, accumulating to the final ‘latency’ figure.
The time it takes for your game to send data to the game server and to get a response back (the round-trip time) is also referred to as the ‘Ping’ time.
The lower the ping and latency, the smoother, more responsive and lag-free the gameplay, especially when playing fast-paced, first-person shooter games, such as COD, Fortnite, etc.
In competitive multiplayer online games, the players’ ping times can determine who wins and who loses. In slower-paced games, though, your ping won’t be as big of a factor in your overall gaming experience.