Details are scarce, but Microsoft announced this evening that British telecommunications company British Telecom will be the first company to use the Xbox 360 as a set-top box.
Robbie Bach made the announcement this evening at the Microsoft CES 2008 press conference, offering no solid information about the service. He did mention that consumers would be able to get an Xbox 360 directly from British Telecom, but gave no further details.
As more details follow, we'll keep you updated.
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