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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Smart speaker with Alexa (All Colours) - £24.99 + 6 Months Spotify Premium @ Currys PC World
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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) - Smart speaker with Alexa (All Colours) - £24.99 + 6 Months Spotify Premium @ Currys PC World

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Refreshed 14th Jan (Posted 4th Jan)Edited by:"merb0786"

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Available to order again for £24.99 with a Free 6 month Spotify Premium at Currys
Fab deal with the added bonus of 6 months Spotify premium for new accounts

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  • Play music from streaming services with integrated speaker
  • Ask questions and get infomation with Alexa service
  • Control your home using voice commands
  • Compatible with a range of smart home systems
  • Far-field voice recognition picks up commands clearly

New Echo Dot

The Amazon Echo Dot voice-controlled smart speaker is even better than before. From playing music to providing you with news, weather information, football scores, cinema listings and loads more, the newly designed Echo Dot and its voice assistant Alexa is the perfect addition to any room.

Echo Dot
helps you stay connected with family and friends too. You can call anyone with an Echo Dot or just send a voice message to other Echo Dots in the house – perfect for getting everyone down to the table when dinner's ready.

Stream songs


Play your favourite music using just your voice through Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn and other popular streaming services. If you've got other Echo devices in different rooms, you can fill your whole home with music – great if you're having a party. You can even use it to listen to Audible books and radio stations, or pair it with Fire TV to get voice-control over films and shows.

Switch on your smart home


Connect Amazon Echo Dot to your smart home devices for voice control throughout your house. Dim the lights when you're watching a movie, turn the heating up if you're feeling chilly or just set handy reminders for yourself – all without getting out of your seat.

Alexa's skills


Alexa's got a range of skills to help you out and have fun. Just like apps, Alexa's skills range from helping out with life to just a bit of fun. From playing games and quizzes, to tracking your fitness with Fitbit just say “Alexa, help me get started with skills” to discover thousands of different skills.
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Adam_Nuttall04/01/2020 10:24

Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto m …Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto monthly subs, annoying


My parents Dot controls all of their smart devices in their house, they listen to radio from it, use it for an alarm or reminder... And neither of them pay a penny towards a monthly subscription, or even have an Amazon/Prime account.
Edited by: "whiteranger87" 4th Jan
Adam_Nuttall04/01/2020 10:24

Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto m …Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto monthly subs, annoying


You can do many things like control your smart house, listen to radio etc
We now have 4 of these in our house and 2 in our holiday home.

Granted it's a bit gimmicky, they are handy, and like it or not, it's the way technology is going, it will soon take over.

Its connected to our hive heating - alexa boost hot water
Our ring doorbell - alexa show front door (on our show, which has 200+ photos on display, news and football updates)
I have premium spotify from a voda contract, but there is a lot of free amazon music (few adds) or we just play radio synced on all devices.
We also chat with family over these like a Skype call, and can send announcements round the house dinner is ready, time to leave for school etc.
We also have 7 plugs connected to various devices, like a lamp, fan, ceiling speakers, electric candle, and 4 light bulbs. All have timers and sayings so things come on and go off as they need to. Great when we are out to have lights on and off make it look like someone is in.

Yeah dont get me wrong, a lot of being lazy. But it will be everywhere soon
I love ours, radio, timers, alarms as said above, plus you can tell it to add stuff to your shopping list and it automatically appears on the wife’s phone . Tells me what colour bin I need to put out when, football updates plus it acts as an intercom to the kids rooms and I’m only scratching the surface.
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Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto monthly subs, annoying
Adam_Nuttall04/01/2020 10:24

Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto m …Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto monthly subs, annoying


You can do many things like control your smart house, listen to radio etc
Adam_Nuttall04/01/2020 10:24

Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto m …Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto monthly subs, annoying


My parents Dot controls all of their smart devices in their house, they listen to radio from it, use it for an alarm or reminder... And neither of them pay a penny towards a monthly subscription, or even have an Amazon/Prime account.
Edited by: "whiteranger87" 4th Jan
Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap connected to the internet we don't need.
Alexa, what's the weather like? Look out the window.
I love ours, radio, timers, alarms as said above, plus you can tell it to add stuff to your shopping list and it automatically appears on the wife’s phone . Tells me what colour bin I need to put out when, football updates plus it acts as an intercom to the kids rooms and I’m only scratching the surface.
Bobster-cyw04/01/2020 11:01

I love ours, radio, timers, alarms as said above, plus you can tell it to …I love ours, radio, timers, alarms as said above, plus you can tell it to add stuff to your shopping list and it automatically appears on the wife’s phone . Tells me what colour bin I need to put out when, football updates plus it acts as an intercom to the kids rooms and I’m only scratching the surface.


Couldn't agree more, once you get into a mindset of using it it's very handy. Cooking timers, calculations, conversions, reminders along with the obvious controlling smart devices and listening to music. We have one in most rooms of the house and they're indispensable at this point.

And I'm not just saying that because Jeff Bezos is listening 😳
finnmaccool04/01/2020 10:56

Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap …Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap connected to the internet we don't need.Alexa, <snip>


That's nice!
The 6 months free spotify only applies to products that cost £49 or above39586309-eiPLi.jpg
atiq98204/01/2020 12:14

The 6 months free spotify only applies to products that cost £49 or …The 6 months free spotify only applies to products that cost £49 or above[Image]


Nope. Over £49 is for audio product. This is a smart home product so it's fine.
atiq98204/01/2020 12:14

The 6 months free spotify only applies to products that cost £49 or …The 6 months free spotify only applies to products that cost £49 or above[Image]


And only for new Spotify Premium customers, if you're being pedantic. I wonder what qualifies as a new customer? New email address/credit card, or is it tied to billing address?
finnmaccool04/01/2020 10:56

Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap …Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap connected to the internet we don't need.Alexa, what's the weather like? Look out the window.


if your blind then it becomes a life saver to help you out.
As a warning, last time the Spotify offer at pcworld was posted I bought a hive light and despite what was stated in the thread I did not get the Spotify deal. They have even changed the terms now so I would avoid if you are solely looking for Spotify!
finnmaccool04/01/2020 10:56

Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap …Got one for Xmas, and must admit, it's bleeding pointless. Just more crap connected to the internet we don't need.Alexa, what's the weather like? Look out the window.


My wife initially thought the same way. I then brought a yeelight smart bulb for our corner lamp as the switch was almost inaccessible over the back of the corner suite. We just ask it to turn on the corner lamp now. We stream music and call people or broadcast to other echo's we now have in the house. Bought one for my daughter at uni who passes out daily, she can ask it to call friends, security or us for help, gives us all peace of mind.
We now have 4 of these in our house and 2 in our holiday home.

Granted it's a bit gimmicky, they are handy, and like it or not, it's the way technology is going, it will soon take over.

Its connected to our hive heating - alexa boost hot water
Our ring doorbell - alexa show front door (on our show, which has 200+ photos on display, news and football updates)
I have premium spotify from a voda contract, but there is a lot of free amazon music (few adds) or we just play radio synced on all devices.
We also chat with family over these like a Skype call, and can send announcements round the house dinner is ready, time to leave for school etc.
We also have 7 plugs connected to various devices, like a lamp, fan, ceiling speakers, electric candle, and 4 light bulbs. All have timers and sayings so things come on and go off as they need to. Great when we are out to have lights on and off make it look like someone is in.

Yeah dont get me wrong, a lot of being lazy. But it will be everywhere soon
Tons of stuff you can do on these without any paid subscriptions... Don't know where you've heard that!
FindMeInBrazil04/01/2020 14:31

As a warning, last time the Spotify offer at pcworld was posted I bought a …As a warning, last time the Spotify offer at pcworld was posted I bought a hive light and despite what was stated in the thread I did not get the Spotify deal. They have even changed the terms now so I would avoid if you are solely looking for Spotify!


I've had 4 Spotify codes through from my purchases at Curry's over the past two months. If youre worried about not getting the code, take a screenshot of the page with the offer on, and email Curry's if you don't receive it.
Another thing these speakers are good for is multi-speaker music playback. You can link your speakers to play music throughout your house, and link each Echo to a bigger speaker via Bluetooth .
Which is best? This or the Google
you ask this, in a red hot deal (495+) for the echo dot?
maybe not one of yours best ideas
I was surprised at the sound quality, much better than I thought it would be, linked to Tidal.
Would I pick up the Spotify code instore too? Or is it just online?
simplesays04/01/2020 19:21

Which is best? This or the Google


bit late now but considering the price they were you could buy both and decide for yourself which is what I'm doing. Google nest is going back up on the 10th of January according to their web page. Personally I suspect I shall I keep and use both because they are different of course.
Got a £5 voucher to spend on a purchase of £25 or more, what's their cheapest item?
EMBASSY05/01/2020 02:05

you ask this, in a red hot deal (495+) for the echo dot? maybe not one of …you ask this, in a red hot deal (495+) for the echo dot? maybe not one of yours best ideas


It was just a question. It's not that of a red hot deal to me if I don't know much about it. Im sure I can live without it.
liamf1205/01/2020 11:52

Got a £5 voucher to spend on a purchase of £25 or more, what's their c …Got a £5 voucher to spend on a purchase of £25 or more, what's their cheapest item?


£1 SIM card
Adam_Nuttall04/01/2020 10:24

Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto m …Trouble with these things. You can’t do anything without signing upto monthly subs, annoying


Everyday used are “what’s the news?”, “what are the chances of rain today?” when choosing a coat just before leaving “set a timer for 40 minutes” when putting something in the oven. Hands free while doing something else it’s much less faff than getting your phone out.
chancooluk04/01/2020 17:51

I've had 4 Spotify codes through from my purchases at Curry's over the …I've had 4 Spotify codes through from my purchases at Curry's over the past two months. If youre worried about not getting the code, take a screenshot of the page with the offer on, and email Curry's if you don't receive it.


I just bought a laptop from curry’s but there is no mention of Spotify of the receipt,, where does it normally tell you ?
SoCal05/01/2020 20:37

I just bought a laptop from curry’s but there is no mention of Spotify of t …I just bought a laptop from curry’s but there is no mention of Spotify of the receipt,, where does it normally tell you ?


On the product page, there should be a Spotify offer. If it's there, you will get an email a few days after your purchase with the code.
simplesays04/01/2020 19:21

Which is best? This or the Google


I have a google home mini but otherwise have echoes around the house. The Google still wins for asking general questions you would otherwise type into google. For everything else there’s Alexa - it has more integrations with other stuff and if you use Audible for audiobooks it’s a no-brainier because there’s no integration for that on Google home/nest. There is Google Play Books if you haven’t got an audiobook allegiance yet and decide in future you want to listen to them on your home/nest.
Edited by: "gianthair" 6th Jan
gianthair06/01/2020 08:39

I have a google home mini but otherwise have echoes around the house. The …I have a google home mini but otherwise have echoes around the house. The Google still wins for asking general questions you would otherwise type into google. For everything else there’s Alexa - it has more integrations with other stuff and if you use Audible for audiobooks it’s a no-brainier because there’s no integration for that on Google home/nest. There is Google Play Books if you haven’t got an audiobook allegiance yet and decide in future you want to listen to them on your home/nest.


Thanks gainthair for a straight normal answer. The world would be such a better place if there where more people like you.
Edited by: "simplesays" 6th Jan
simplesays06/01/2020 14:14

Thanks gainthair for a straight normal answer. The world would be such a …Thanks gainthair for a straight normal answer. The world would be such a better place if there where more people like you.


I've just been to,d by curry's they will email me the free Spotify code within 14 days. Anyone else been told the same?
sqweech07/01/2020 12:12

I've just been to,d by curry's they will email me the free Spotify code …I've just been to,d by curry's they will email me the free Spotify code within 14 days. Anyone else been told the same?


I had to contact curry’s twice to get the code as I still hadn’t got it after a month
Sqweeh just contact currys customer service and they said offer is finish and i said why they advertising it still , said ASA rules dont apply. Got complaint call back with manager. If buy instore code still come by email 14 days later.

But yes online and offline they said will give code after 14 days has passed but like jonny said , often it does not happen.
iceburnmarko08/01/2020 12:33

Sqweeh just contact currys customer service and they said offer is finish …Sqweeh just contact currys customer service and they said offer is finish and i said why they advertising it still , said ASA rules dont apply. Got complaint call back with manager. If buy instore code still come by email 14 days later.But yes online and offline they said will give code after 14 days has passed but like jonny said , often it does not happen.


Are they still advertising it?
Yes they are hence why i ask to speak to manager to say why advertising it on speaker and more importantly why dont state like you found out they email the code "after" 14 days. I understand why they got 14 day period, cause one could buy speaker get code and than return it within 14 days. They said if dont get code still have 30 days (but return policy say

"An unwanted product can be returned for a full refund within 21 days of delivery as long as it’s still in its original, unopened packaging. This returns policy for unopened goods is in addition to your statutory rights and applies to purchases made in store, online or over the phone.
Please note: if you’re returning an item you paid for by PayPal, the store will only be able to offer you an exchange or gift vouchers. To receive a refund for a PayPal purchase, please use option 2, below – refunds can only be made to your PayPal account.
Separately to the 21 day policy above, and in accordance with your rights when you purchase goods online or over the phone, unwanted items can be returned even if you have opened them for inspection as long as you let us know within 14 calendar days from the day after delivery. Once you have told us you want to return an item, you should do so without undue delay and not later than 14 days from the day on which you informed us of your decision to cancel the order. You can examine the goods as you would in a shop but to obtain a full refund you must not start using them, install them or input any data/software. The goods must be returned in ‘as new’ condition and in their original packaging.")

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Ie on 15th day get code and can return it still..
In other words this is bad deal cause left hand dont know what right hand doing
simplesays05/01/2020 14:02

It was just a question. It's not that of a red hot deal to me if I don't …It was just a question. It's not that of a red hot deal to me if I don't know much about it. Im sure I can live without it.


If it helps we have both google and Amazon (gifts) i much prefer the Amazon Dot, great sound quality and i know its sound pedantic but say "Alexa....." is just more natural than having to start everything "ok Google...." Plus the sound is better
Update for members, and @sqweech , just got off with HQ, they have now told staff their should be no 14 days and if someone require codes can request earlier whilst they fix the problem.
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