John Lewis to give Free Google Home hub

Customers switching broadband will get the freebie worth nearly £100.

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Wednesday, 7 August, 2019

New customers switching to John Lewis broadband will, for a limited time, get a Google Home hub worth around £100.

This deal is available until September 2nd, or until they run out of hubs.

The Google Home hub is one of the latest products from Google’s range of ‘smart assistants’. The hub is controlled by voice commands, or through the integrated touch screen, and can be used for hundreds of functions.

As well as playing music and streaming video, the Google hub is compatible with over 5000 devices from hundreds of manufacturers. Smart TVs, lights, heating, home security, and other gadgets can all be controlled through Google’s intuitive voice commands.

Even if your home isn’t packed with smart devices, you’re sure to get plenty of use and entertainment from the hub’s baseline features. This included full YouTube functionality, music streaming, and Google’s search engine.

John Lewis is giving hubs to all new customers, whether you’re switching to fibre or just standard broadband. Check out these quick links to some of their best deals.

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Even more deals can be found at our full John Lewis listings, including anytime call packages, and free calls to mobile numbers.

If you’re current broadband is out of contract, switching could save you a big chunk of cash off your monthly bills – and bag you a free Google hub to boot.

Introductory gifts have been getting better and better for broadband customers. We’ll keep you up to date with the best new deals and gifts from the UK’s top ISPs.

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Samuel Newman is a consumer journalist and blogger based in Sheffield.

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