Xbox Live: What Do You Get?
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Xbox Live is a Microsoft service that enables online multiplayer gaming, access to various digital media and services, and system and app updates. It was first made available in 2002 for the original Xbox console and has evolved considerably since then, with new features added regularly, including expansion of the service to other platforms, such as computers and mobile devices. It is available both as a limited free service and as a subscription-based service with a wide range of benefits.

The free Xbox Live service is known as Xbox Live Free, whereas the paid service is known as Xbox Live Gold, with the latter offering access to considerably more features and services. As a bonus, the same Xbox Live account works across other Microsoft platforms, including the Xbox 360.

Games with Gold provides xbox live gold membership key with at least two free games each month. Originally a limited-time promotion for the Xbox 360, Microsoft has confirmed that the service will continue and offer similar benefits for the Xbox One starting in late 2014.

Although an xbox live gold membership key makes many more features and services accessible to you on your Xbox One, several have additional requirements, for example, a Netflix subscription to access Netflix content. In addition, much of the digital content on the various digital marketplaces on offer is not free.

You can purchase an xbox live gold membership key directly through your Xbox One, but you will likely save some money if you shop at

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