family pack.

I have a family pack with 4 members on it and 3 consoles in the house. Because they are now being converted to individual accounts do I have to pay £40 per person in my household in order for them to play on their console when my subscription is up for renewal? 

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

Yes. Since the plan will be discontinued, you will have to purchase individual subscriptions if each account still wants to be gold.

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Thats a bit steep! So im going from £70 to £120 a year (3 subscriptions for definite). Where's the benefit in that for me?.Just seems like another tool for making even more money off us.

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Hey there Chewie!

There's several really cool things that are coming soon, like the Home Gold feature. This quote is from our FAQ: Xbox Live Gold Family Pack Conversion to Individual Memberships support page.

[quote]Through the new Home Gold feature, a single Xbox Live Gold membership allows anyone in your home to enjoy many Gold features, like multiplayer, access to Gold entertainment apps, and more on your Xbox One.[/quote]

Also, if you'd like to leave feedback on this conversion, please feel encouraged to visit our Feedback Forums and make a post there so it can be seen by the right people. ^_^

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