How to get a free Nintendo Switch/OLED with a phone contracton November 10, 2022 at 12:41 Tech Advisor


So you wanna pick up a free Nintendo Switch with your mobile contract? We don’t blame you. The versatile gaming console is one of the most popular systems around.

The Switch costs £259.99 while the Switch Lite costs £199.99. Nintendo also released the Switch OLED Model in October 2021. The upgraded Switch OLED offers a larger 7in display, better audio, and a wider stand for £309.99 in the UK, and $349.99 in the US.

While that’s no chump change, the good news is you can bundle the system with certain phone contract providers for free. Kind of.

Think of it as a financing solution that lets you split the cost of the Switch across your phone plan. That way you don’t have to pay the full amount upfront – in the same way phone contracts let you pay for a new handset over time. 

While the bundled Switch shouldn’t be the only reason to sign up for a new phone, if you’re already in the market for a phone and want the console, it’s a great opportunity to kill two birds with one stone.

Below you’ll find all the mobile phone retailers and networks bundling the Nintendo Switch console with its phone deals.

Free Nintendo Switch & Switch OLED Model from Virgin 

Virgin also bundles the Nintendo Switch and now, the brand new Switch OLED with select handsets!

Nintendo Switch OLED Model contract bundles

Switch OLED bundles start as low as £23 per month with the Samsung A23 5G with no upfront cost. The A23 5G is an excellent budget 5G phone with a 120Hz display and long battery life – see our coverage for more. You can also pick up the Nintendo Switch OLED for free with these handsets:

Samsung Galaxy A13 + Nintendo Switch OLED – from £25 per monthSamsung Galaxy A04s + Nintendo Switch OLED – from £23 per month

Nintendo Switch Neon contract bundles

If you’re after the classic Switch, check out these handset bundles – again without any upfront costs.

Oppo A54 5G + Nintendo Switch – from £19 per monthSamsung Galaxy A33 + Nintendo Switch –  from £26 per month

Virgin’s cheapest plans are over a 36-month term, but you can opt for a 24-month term if you don’t mind paying slightly more.

Shop all Virgin bundles here.

Free Nintendo Switch with Mobile Phones Direct

One of the best places for phone bundles is Mobile Phones Direct. There you’ll find the Neon Red and Blue Switch tied in with popular handsets like the Google Pixel 6a, as well as various phones from Apple, Samsung, Oppo, Sony and Nokia, and more from time to time.

Google Pixel 6a + Nintendo Switch – from £35 per month

Keep in mind, Mobile Phones Direct mails the console out 14 days after the phone so don’t panic if you don’t receive both at once.

Add Nintendo Switch OLED, Switch or Switch Lite with EE contracts

If you’re with EE, you don’t even need to buy a new handset to grab the console – simply add the Nintendo Switch as an add-on to your plan.

Unlike the other plans above, this option clearly indicates how much of the cost you’re spreading each month. There is a £10 upfront and payments are spread over 11 months.

Add the Nintendo Switch OLED with 24 months of Nintendo Online for £17 per monthNintendo Switch (Neon) for £22 per monthNintendo Switch Lite for £21 per month

EE also offers Switch accessories and games via the same Add-On program. Choose from Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Pokemon Shield or Sword, Animal Crossing and other options.

Explore EE’s gaming Add-ons here and the full range of Add Ons here, which includes Beats audio, smart speakers, Google smart displays and more.

EE also has plans that bundle Netflix for free and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with select plans. Take a look.

We’re separately looking at all the best Nintendo Switch deals of the month right here along with where to buy the Switch OLED Model in the UK and US.

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