FREE Google Nest Mini with purchase of £50 Annual Nest Aware Subscription
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FREE Google Nest Mini with purchase of £50 Annual Nest Aware Subscription

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Expires on 30/09/2020Posted 1st Jun
So the £5/month deal for nest aware is knocking on 800 heat -

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Here you SAVE £10 on the annual cost AND get a FREE Nest Mini worth £40!!!

T&Cs -

Subscribe to an annual subscription of the new Nest Aware or Nest Aware Plus between 1 June 2020 at 12.00 a.m. PT and 30 September 2020 at 11.59 p.m. PT. You will receive an email with instructions for redeeming one free Nest Mini within three (3) weeks. To redeem, you must click on the link contained in the email and complete the checkout steps as directed. Offer available only to UK residents aged 18 years or older with UK shipping addresses. Offer cannot be combined with any promotional codes, or with other offers running at the same time. It’s non-transferable, and it isn’t valid for cash or a cash equivalent. Limit two (2) free devices per user. Available only while supplies last. Delivery charges may apply at checkout. Void where prohibited.
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Meet the second generation Nest Mini, the speaker you control with your voice. Just say "Hey Google" to play your favorite music from Spotify, YouTube Music, and more. It sounds bigger and richer with 40 percent stronger bass than the original Mini. Ask your Google Assistant for help, and get the best of Google – weather, news, or almost anything. Hear your personalised schedule, commute, and reminders. Set timers and alarms. And even turn on the lights. Nest Mini is compatible with hundreds of smart devices, like lights, thermostats, and TVs.

Hang it on the wall. You can hang Nest Mini directly on the wall in your kitchen, bedroom, living room or entryway. It's easy to mount, easy to reach and never gets in the way.


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Meet the new Nest Aware.

Looks out for your home, day and night.

Subscriptions start at just £5 a month for all the Nest cameras in your home.


With the new, event-based recording, you can watch clips of the key moments when your cameras detect motion or sound.
Or choose 24/7 continuous video recording, and see everything that happened.

Intelligent alerts
Get alerts when your Nest cameras detect sounds or a person.
Activity Zones
Choose important areas and get alerts when something happens there.2
Create and share clips
Send clips from your video history to friends or family, or the police.3
Includes all Nest cameras in your home.

See what you missed with event-based video history or 24/7 video history.


Event video history
24/7 video history
When Nest cameras detect motion or sound, Nest Aware saves event clips to the cloud.1 Watch them to see what happened. And share them with friends and family.3

Your privacy is important to us. Learn more.

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Comment of the day: I don't have a Cam, can I still buy the subscription
Hot deal, shame they haven't come up with a nest subscription offer that includes a discounted camera or home hub with screen.....
Yep. See it now. Shame I switched to save money last week!
Not great for those that are long term customers and switched plans last week in it launched!
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Hot deal, shame they haven't come up with a nest subscription offer that includes a discounted camera or home hub with screen.....
Comment of the day: I don't have a Cam, can I still buy the subscription
aliriddle01/06/2020 22:21

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Get those specs on mate! Follow the link - scroll down to the bottom read the T&Cs
Edited by: "samspud" 1st Jun
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Yep. See it now. Shame I switched to save money last week!
Who's replaced my picture with that aweful picture that doesn't mean anything ?!

Switched back
Edited by: "samspud" 1st Jun
Not great for those that are long term customers and switched plans last week in it launched!
Tin foil hat on, not enough people switched? Punish the early adopters!
Edited by: "aliriddle" 1st Jun
eecgray01/06/2020 22:25

Not great for those that are long term customers and switched plans last …Not great for those that are long term customers and switched plans last week in it launched!


Win some you lose some I suppose
i applied for a 1 month free trial on 12 May. will auto roll into 12 months plan on 12 june, do i need to cancel and sign up again to get the freebie?
Still on the old plan, much better for my single nest hello as the new subscription doesn't include 24/7 recording on base package.... Not looking forward to renewal time
ltrisotti01/06/2020 22:27

i applied for a 1 month free trial on 12 May. will auto roll into 12 …i applied for a 1 month free trial on 12 May. will auto roll into 12 months plan on 12 june, do i need to cancel and sign up again to get the freebie?


Worth a shot!
Shame you can't use Google Play credit.
What is this, do I need it and how will it help me save money I don't already have?
InfernoJaffa01/06/2020 22:28

Still on the old plan, much better for my single nest hello as the new …Still on the old plan, much better for my single nest hello as the new subscription doesn't include 24/7 recording on base package.... Not looking forward to renewal time


I just took out a new plan a few days ago (I replaced my old Hello with a new one) and because my old doorbell was on the old plan, it offered me to subscribe to the old plan, which I did. I spoke with Nest support about all this as I was adamant to stay on the old plan and they informed me that the old plan would still be available to me since I have a nest account and haven’t migrated it to Google.
All this aside, google have already confirmed that anyone on the old plan can stay on the old plan so you should be fine at renewal time. I pay monthly for mine and have had no issues with my sub changing.
Regarding anyone who has already upgraded and paying monthly, I've been in touch with support and took about 30 mins to explain.

I tried to tell them that I can't cancel my monthly and then resub to annual to take advantage - when you cancel your account is just put 'on ice' until end of billing period (11th June in my case) so you are blocked from upgrading to annual it seems.

They are going to get back to me as seeing as though the monthly is a pay as you go cancel anytime deal, seems a bit off that you can't cancel immediately. If you could the system might let you resub to annual and get the freebie.

I might be asking for too much but worth a shot, they are going to email me with what they find out...
Edited by: "SteelCity" 2nd Jun
Anyone upgraded and got a refund for the remaining time on their current plan? Did they actually pay out? I have 6 months left on all mine.
Absolute4002/06/2020 06:05

Anyone upgraded and got a refund for the remaining time on their current …Anyone upgraded and got a refund for the remaining time on their current plan? Did they actually pay out? I have 6 months left on all mine.


After the outage in Feb got an email to say I would get a refund for that month, but the money never materialised.
Anyone choose the event based recording sub? Does it capture the whole event? Some other cams don't start recording quick enough and you miss the beginning of the action. Also how long do the event recording last? Is the a max time for any one recording?
Absolute4002/06/2020 06:07

After the outage in Feb got an email to say I would get a refund for that …After the outage in Feb got an email to say I would get a refund for that month, but the money never materialised.


Because you are on 1 month free after moving to the new price plan,after that you will be charged accordingly.
Edited by: "mtodak" 2nd Jun
rimalpatel00701/06/2020 23:53

What is this, do I need it and how will it help me save money I don't …What is this, do I need it and how will it help me save money I don't already have?


No,no and no
Just swopped over from £4 plan to £5 plan and a free nest mini. Cheers
sulylunat02/06/2020 00:28

I just took out a new plan a few days ago (I replaced my old Hello with a …I just took out a new plan a few days ago (I replaced my old Hello with a new one) and because my old doorbell was on the old plan, it offered me to subscribe to the old plan, which I did. I spoke with Nest support about all this as I was adamant to stay on the old plan and they informed me that the old plan would still be available to me since I have a nest account and haven’t migrated it to Google.All this aside, google have already confirmed that anyone on the old plan can stay on the old plan so you should be fine at renewal time. I pay monthly for mine and have had no issues with my sub changing.


Wow, amazing thank you! I haven't migrated my neat account either as am still using the old API to link my thermostat and hello to the smart home. Not looking forward to that dying off either.
Great deal thanks for posting!

Gutted that I also upgraded a few days ago. Might try cancelling the free trial and signing up again.
ltrisotti01/06/2020 22:27

i applied for a 1 month free trial on 12 May. will auto roll into 12 …i applied for a 1 month free trial on 12 May. will auto roll into 12 months plan on 12 june, do i need to cancel and sign up again to get the freebie?


It is 1 month trial without entering card details. If you auto enroll means you purchased subscription before 1st June and won’t qualify. Talk to support may be
Worth mentioning that £50 package stores only events and £100 package stores every second. For first one if event is missed then you won’t be able to see recording i guess. And with my cameras it does happen.
mike4scuba02/06/2020 07:00

Just swopped over from £4 plan to £5 plan and a free nest mini. Cheers


Hopefully the annual plan?
Google Subscription, the gift we keep on paying
Thats a pretty good deal. You can probably sell the nest mini for £20 making the sub slightly cheaper?
According to Nest live chat this offer is only available to an account which has had a nest product added prior to January 1st 2020 or has had a 1st gen nest plan.

So it looks like a poor incentive to get you off the £4 a month plan with 24/7 recording.

Or if you are upgrading anyway it's a free mini.
Edited by: "benjefreys" 2nd Jun
Absolute4002/06/2020 06:05

Anyone upgraded and got a refund for the remaining time on their current …Anyone upgraded and got a refund for the remaining time on their current plan? Did they actually pay out? I have 6 months left on all mine.


I upgraded to the annual Nest Aware Plus and was issued a pro rata refund of my remaining 1st Gen subscription that hit my account the next day. I'm currently on the free month trial and haven't yet been charged for the new plan.

Absolute4002/06/2020 06:07

After the outage in Feb got an email to say I would get a refund for that …After the outage in Feb got an email to say I would get a refund for that month, but the money never materialised.


I got that email too and got a refund for 1 camera only in April Can't even say I'm surprised, may be worth chasing support on that

Absolute4002/06/2020 06:22

Anyone choose the event based recording sub? Does it capture the whole …Anyone choose the event based recording sub? Does it capture the whole event? Some other cams don't start recording quick enough and you miss the beginning of the action. Also how long do the event recording last? Is the a max time for any one recording?


Funnily, I wish I had chosen the EBR option for £50 for the year instead. Going back past the 10 days of CVR the EBR clips mimic CVR with only a few gaps in the daytime and few hours overnight when there's literally no activity. Even outside my activity zones, any motion registers as an event to Nest (Don't confuse this with getting notifications) and it saves it as a recording. Bear in mind your Nest Cam constantly uploads and EBR just clips this feed so unless the algorithm Google's using to do this messes up badly, you won't "miss anything".

For an example, for a clip 16 days ago (Remember Nest Aware Plus gives you 60 days of EBR in addition to the 10 day CVR) I have ~18 hours of EBR and ~6 hours where there's no footage which happened mainly at night. To caveat, Google could in future amend their algorithm to be less generous with how much footage qualifies as EBR so this change!
sammy.p7502/06/2020 07:42

Worth mentioning that £50 package stores only events and £100 package s …Worth mentioning that £50 package stores only events and £100 package stores every second. For first one if event is missed then you won’t be able to see recording i guess. And with my cameras it does happen.


I've had a different experience with my outdoor cam, I'm on the Nest Aware Plus so get 60 days of EBR as well - Going back to them, the "motion" clips are generally hours long and I'm slightly regretting not going for just Nest Aware and saving myself £50 but interesting to see this isn't the case for you!

Has your cam missed an obvious motion event (E.g. You knew you received a delivery at 13:00 PM and your cam just didn't save this footage?) or do you mean something different? Would be interested to hear as I was seriously considering dropping down plans but would be hesitant in case I'm just getting lucky at the moment.
If i sign up then cancel will i still be eligible for a free nest?
Giving these free in America at min, shame as I got a free older gen that way. Use mine all the time still.
knew I should have waited instead of moving over to the new plan when it launched.
Has anyone who subscribed a few weeks back managed to call up and get the mini?
Hopefully the new model doesn’t drop Bluetooth like the older model.
HoneyJamToast02/06/2020 09:11

I upgraded to the annual Nest Aware Plus and was issued a pro rata refund …I upgraded to the annual Nest Aware Plus and was issued a pro rata refund of my remaining 1st Gen subscription that hit my account the next day. I'm currently on the free month trial and haven't yet been charged for the new plan.I got that email too and got a refund for 1 camera only in April Can't even say I'm surprised, may be worth chasing support on thatFunnily, I wish I had chosen the EBR option for £50 for the year instead. Going back past the 10 days of CVR the EBR clips mimic CVR with only a few gaps in the daytime and few hours overnight when there's literally no activity. Even outside my activity zones, any motion registers as an event to Nest (Don't confuse this with getting notifications) and it saves it as a recording. Bear in mind your Nest Cam constantly uploads and EBR just clips this feed so unless the algorithm Google's using to do this messes up badly, you won't "miss anything". For an example, for a clip 16 days ago (Remember Nest Aware Plus gives you 60 days of EBR in addition to the 10 day CVR) I have ~18 hours of EBR and ~6 hours where there's no footage which happened mainly at night. To caveat, Google could in future amend their algorithm to be less generous with how much footage qualifies as EBR so this change!

I'm wondering how EBR works with the back off algorithm. E.g. if someone triggers a motion recording you won't get notified about anymore motions within 5 mins. But will it record those extra motions alerts and save them?
sammy.p7502/06/2020 07:39

It is 1 month trial without entering card details. If you auto enroll …It is 1 month trial without entering card details. If you auto enroll means you purchased subscription before 1st June and won’t qualify. Talk to support may be


phoned up just now, lovely fella named Alex advised if i just cancel my current trial and rejoin the full 12 month plan, i'll get a nest mini
happy days
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