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Free Google Home with John Lewis broadband starting at £22.50/month x 12 month contract = £270
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This offer was on before Christmas and is back on now. Sign up for any John Lewis broadband package and get a Google Home for free. Not the cheapest broadband but only 12 month con… Read more
igp4tel6 h, 34 m ago

they were offer last year (half price and £70 statement credit plus you …they were offer last year (half price and £70 statement credit plus you can get £60 quidco)


Wow sounds good. I contacted sky today via chat. 20 quid for old fashion broadband i need to find one as mine ends in march.
TiredParent6 h, 5 m ago

how come you pay £9.50?


they were offer last year (half price and £70 statement credit plus you can get £60 quidco)
TiredParent55 m ago

how come you pay £9.50?


They had an offer on here in August 2017. I called them yesterday to let them know i am moving home and they are going to install a new line and also offered to install a new dish, 1tb sky q box with entertainment package. installation is free, i will just pay extra £10 per month. So in total i will be paying £19.49 for unlimited broadband, Tel line and sky q with entertainment package all installed.
justicesj13th Feb

I pay £9.50 per month on sky for broadband. not worth it for me.



how come you pay £9.50?
infowars, isn't that Alex Jones, the one that sells miracle water.
RGBW Smart bulb B22 (works with Alexa/Google Home) - £6.89 @ Banggood
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Dirt cheap addition to your Smarthome. Works with both Alexa and Google. Bayonet fitting too so no adapter needed. Bargain! 4.8% Quidco.
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crockin12 h, 6 m ago

Just received mine... it doesn't work. Just doesn't even turn on. And in …Just received mine... it doesn't work. Just doesn't even turn on. And in trying to get it to work one of the little arms that hold the bulbs in the socket have snapped off...


I've just set mine up, took less than 5 minutes and all linked to Google Home...
Just received mine... it doesn't work. Just doesn't even turn on. And in trying to get it to work one of the little arms that hold the bulbs in the socket have snapped off...
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Ben_Whitaker25 m ago

What is the product make to connect this with Google Home? I have received …What is the product make to connect this with Google Home? I have received the bulb but no instructions or manufacturer to search on the Home app


This
leehardacre7th Feb

They are controlled via the Smart Life app, iOS and Android. Smart Life is …They are controlled via the Smart Life app, iOS and Android. Smart Life is on IFTTT. https://ifttt.com/smartlife

What is the product make to connect this with Google Home? I have received the bulb but no instructions or manufacturer to search on the Home app
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Darken32 m ago

Does it have IFTTT Support ?edit: okay basically is this better? …Does it have IFTTT Support ?edit: okay basically is this better? https://www.gearbest.com/smart-lighting/pp_361555.html?utm_source=tt_deXiaomi Yeelight AC220V RGBW E27


They are controlled via the Smart Life app, iOS and Android. Smart Life is on IFTTT. ifttt.com/sma…ife
Alexa/Google Home Controlled Wifi LED  smart light strip. Down to £28.99 at Amazon (Sold by Bepopcloud and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
I got one of these myself and one for my mum for Christmas. Bro wants one for his Bday and the price is down to £28.99 if you click the promotions button and choose the "£6 off wh… Read more
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incy2k7th Feb

Should really add the length to title as this is only 2m I purchased 5 …Should really add the length to title as this is only 2m I purchased 5 meters and a sepertae WiFi controller for less


Good point I'll change it. BUT with a seperate wifi controller you can't change the colour by voice/automation
Should really add the length to title as this is only 2m I purchased 5 meters and a sepertae WiFi controller for less
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Is there a light strip that changes colours accordingly with the content on screen? I saw one that does it through content playing through HDMI but not for native streaming apps on the TV.
Yeah might do or just get Hue extensions as have Phillips hue strip anyway. Thanks.
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GOOGLE HOME Mini Charcoal (US Version) - £36.00 Delivered @ eglobalcentral-gb eBay
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Lots of deals at the moment for 3 packs around the 100 mark, but thought this was a pretty decent price for one brand new delivered from a reputable seller.
Back in stock but would still rather just get a UK one.
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james5610 h, 42 m ago

My Google home (not mini) is a US model and works totally fine. Just …My Google home (not mini) is a US model and works totally fine. Just needed to set the language to British

I take it the mains plug need a adaptor
US to Uk
My Google home (not mini) is a US model and works totally fine. Just needed to set the language to British
We're all waiting for them to be £34 again for UK stock. I'd like a second one but don't want another 3 or the hassle of having to sell two of them.
GOOGLE Home Mini Chalk 3 FOR £99 @ curry/pc world shop on ebay
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Works out £33 each plus any nectar points. This is the best price around and includes free delivery. Brand new item sold through Curry PC World shop on ebay. Don't forget to chec… Read more
Great deal, but no longer currently available.
I got 2 of these to then find out Alexa is better for me as it has Harmony skills so rather than saying "alexa, tell harmony to turn on my tv" you would say "alexa turn on tv"
sihaworth29th Jan

What's the sound quality like of these, in terms of playing music on? Bit …What's the sound quality like of these, in terms of playing music on? Bit tinny?


I was impressed. I have 2 of these and 2 regular homes, there isn't that much difference in sound for the price drop it's well worth it.
tcotpatpwtcot16 h, 8 m ago

Am waiting for the 3rd edit..


Its been a rollercoaster lol I got my wallet ordered them and they shall be delivered shortly only paid 49 due to the 50 voucher I won from here so I am happy again.
The mini is great, especially with music. It's loud enough for a large living room for easy listening, not parties.
Philips Hue Starter kit and Google Home! (Hub, 3 Colour bulbs, Switch and Google Home) - £169.99 @ PC World
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Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Really good deal, currently only click and collect but all my local SW stores had stock. If you aren't interested in the Google Home pop it on eBay and you will get around £80 ED… Read more
pinnocchio21st Jan

Except the Xiaomi bulbs don't come in B22 Bayonet or E14 (small) Screw in …Except the Xiaomi bulbs don't come in B22 Bayonet or E14 (small) Screw in format, thus (unless you can use adapters that then become aesthetically unpleasant) you have to mix manufacturer bulbs sometimes in one room and invariably they don't quite 'match' when you change colours or temperature.I'll look at other manufacturers when they offer a full range of products, until then buying Philips for the 'consistency' is the only game in town.


Sorry, on a different thread you seem to take huge issue with me on suggesting that the thread type is an issue. Yet here you are talking about how you would need adaptors. A strange inconsistency in your views
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trustory13th Jan

Does anyone know how long this promotion will last?Thanks


Ended today
JayR12311th Jan

Or you could get the Google home and pick up 3 Xiaomi colour bulbs for …Or you could get the Google home and pick up 3 Xiaomi colour bulbs for around £12 each and you won't need the Hub or the switch. Seeing as how Xiaomi manufacture Philips Hue bulbs anyway....


Except the Xiaomi bulbs don't come in B22 Bayonet or E14 (small) Screw in format, thus (unless you can use adapters that then become aesthetically unpleasant) you have to mix manufacturer bulbs sometimes in one room and invariably they don't quite 'match' when you change colours or temperature.

I'll look at other manufacturers when they offer a full range of products, until then buying Philips for the 'consistency' is the only game in town.
I've bought three Philips Hue Starter Kits to go with Google Homes for voice control. I bought them just before Christmas when Amazon were selling them with a free Echo, which means I have three Echos. If anyone is more interested in having the Amazon Echo, then I'd be happy to either swap my Echos for Google Homes (or sell the Echos on). Drop me a private message if interested. I'm in the Coventry, West Midlands area.
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Google Home Mini 3 for 2 - £98 @ Argos
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Buy 3 for the price of 2 Google Home Mini. Offer ends 27th January 2018 So about £32.67 each
justinm_4 h, 47 m ago

That's not the OPs fault though? It's still a good deal and deserves heat! …That's not the OPs fault though? It's still a good deal and deserves heat! Bought 3 yesterday thanks OP!!!


It’s not a deal to me if I can’t actually get any..
Nealjane10012th Jan

Only good deal if there’s stock....none near me as per usual!.....they’re b …Only good deal if there’s stock....none near me as per usual!.....they’re back up to £50 each generally so would be a good deal..


That's not the OPs fault though? It's still a good deal and deserves heat! Bought 3 yesterday thanks OP!!!
Only good deal if there’s stock....none near me as per usual!.....they’re back up to £50 each generally so would be a good deal..
Edited by: "Nealjane100" 12th Jan
Don't see why this has gone cold? It's a good deal!
Free Google Home with Philips Hue Starter Kit £169.99 @ John Lewis
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Buy a philips hue starter kit and John Lewis and get a Google Home for free. It's a £129 saving!
Google remove all these duplicate posts..... Google!!!! Google for gods sake, Alexa, Alexa, is anyone bloody listening!!!!
£170 for a lightbulb. Bargain!

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Save £129 when you buy Google Home & Philips Hue Starter Kit. Instore Only - £169.99 @ Maplin
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Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Save £129 when you buy Google Home & Philips Hue Starter Kit. Instore Only. This offer applies to the E27 / GU10 / B22 Starter kits and is only valid instore. You can also get … Read more
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This deal is still on till 15th January.
Rkp3rd Jan

I will buy sonos for a decent speaker and use google assistant on phone.


Sonos will work with google this year.. the new Sonos speakers will be backward compatiable!
ScroopEgerton3rd Jan

Or people see Google Home £129 and thing "Duhhhh, it used to be £89."


£79
bellboys12 h, 55 m ago

Until you've actually used a Google Home or Echo you don't appreciate how …Until you've actually used a Google Home or Echo you don't appreciate how much more convenient/enjoyable they are compared to what you are planning but do go ahead...


I had got google home for £74 but returned (with a heavy mind) as didn't like the wake up words and don'thave premium music app subcription.
PHILIPS Google Home & Hue White & Colour Ambiance 27 Starter Kit Bundle - £169.99 @ Currys
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Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Great deal on Philips Hue Colour starter kit and a Google Home. Google Home is £129.99 on its own and the Hue starter kit is £149.99!!! Seems like a great saving
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Luke_p5 h, 4 m ago

My guests seem to like it... When girls don't like the lights on in my …My guests seem to like it... When girls don't like the lights on in my room- it saves me getting out of bed #Winning


This never happened
trickytree198431st Dec 2017

I have loads of smart bulbs and hardly ever use my Google home to activate …I have loads of smart bulbs and hardly ever use my Google home to activate them. I have mine set to come on at sunset and go off when I go to bed automatically. Also can come on in random patterns when on holiday. Open your mind a little, or just go somewhere else, where your opinion is wanted.


My guests seem to like it... When girls don't like the lights on in my room- it saves me getting out of bed #Winning
rogparki30th Dec

So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure …So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure power of thought (without getting your bum off the sofa) you can not only turn them on or off -but make pretty patterns too ? Obviously of no practical use , do they impress your guests ? or do they just think "what a pretentious plonker " ? - Still thanks for buying them at this ridiculous price - if anyone actually finds a use for such dross I'll buy some for a fraction of the price in a few months

I have loads of smart bulbs and hardly ever use my Google home to activate them. I have mine set to come on at sunset and go off when I go to bed automatically. Also can come on in random patterns when on holiday. Open your mind a little, or just go somewhere else, where your opinion is wanted.
rogparki9 h, 36 m ago

So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure …So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure power of thought (without getting your bum off the sofa) you can not only turn them on or off -but make pretty patterns too ? Obviously of no practical use , do they impress your guests ? or do they just think "what a pretentious plonker " ? - Still thanks for buying them at this ridiculous price - if anyone actually finds a use for such dross I'll buy some for a fraction of the price in a few months


My youngest son has Duchenne muscular dystrophy and struggles to reach his light switch, and pretty soon, won't be able to at all.

The ability to do things such as turn on his lights, tv, open/close his curtains, simply by using his voice, is goin to be a huge source of indipendance for him.

Please consider all types of people before commenting that things like this are "Just for trying to impress people"
So being colour bulbs is what makes them so expensive ? But by the pure power of thought (without getting your bum off the sofa) you can not only turn them on or off -but make pretty patterns too ? Obviously of no practical use , do they impress your guests ? or do they just think "what a pretentious plonker " ? - Still thanks for buying them at this ridiculous price - if anyone actually finds a use for such dross I'll buy some for a fraction of the price in a few months
3 for 2 on Google Home mini at Maplin. £49 each works out at £98 for 3
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Just had an email from Maplin for 3 for 2 on google home minis. Looks like Charcoal is out of stock. Slightly cheaper then curry’s by £1. Also if you spend over £10 you get a £5 v… Read more
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OB11 h, 36 m ago

Are you registered with a UK Google account?


Yes I am.
chelseablue9th Jan

Just uploaded an old Oasis album, then asked Google home to play live …Just uploaded an old Oasis album, then asked Google home to play live forever by oasis, it then repeated back to me, ok playing live forever by oasis from your Google play music library, also just phoned a mate of mine who had a Google home for Christmas and he can also use Google play music no problem, and he also said he doesn't subscribe to Google play music, not sure why people are having a problem using it.


Are you registered with a UK Google account?
itm5 h, 6 m ago

What exact command do you use to ask it to play a song from your uploaded …What exact command do you use to ask it to play a song from your uploaded music, and can you tell me whether the song(s) in question are in the paid Google Play Music service? The experience of alot of people (including myself) is that it will only play songs in your library if they are not listed in the paid Google Play Music service. So for example if I say "Hey Google, play The Jean Genie from my library" it'll play a version from a live album that I have, which isn't available on Google Play Music. But if I say "Hey Google, play Sound and Vision" (which I uploaded but which is also in the Google Play Music library) it willl say "Sorry, Sound and Vision isn't available in your area" (even though I've uploaded it to my Google Play Music library.


Just uploaded an old Oasis album, then asked Google home to play live forever by oasis, it then repeated back to me, ok playing live forever by oasis from your Google play music library, also just phoned a mate of mine who had a Google home for Christmas and he can also use Google play music no problem, and he also said he doesn't subscribe to Google play music, not sure why people are having a problem using it.
I would not use a google home mini to play music unless it's meant as low volume background music, the quality isn't good enough (my personal view, but I'm sure someone will contradict me )
I'd rather cast my music to chromecast audios and this is where you need a premium subscription to play on chromecast devices by saying "Hey google"...
Google Home for £70 free delivery grade A - £70 @ CEX
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Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
Best price I've seen anywhere for this including eBay!
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Or buy this and sell of the Hue system = new Google Home, certain to work out cheaper than £70.
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Bendown30th Dec 2017

Got this and the new alexa and prefer the alexa, to me the sound is also …Got this and the new alexa and prefer the alexa, to me the sound is also better now its had the firmware update on the second gen alexa. Good price though


Im sellling my alexa, when volume is on 7, you litterally have to scream and even then it doesn't hear you. Google home is better for that, you could have the volume on 7 and you can talk normally, it'll turn the volume down and actually listen
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Relatives have one of these.... Took them so long to get a shopping list sorted out and shared between her and her husband's phone, it was painful to watch. I'd rather stick to pen and paper.

Maybe they're just useless with it but didn't inspire me to wanting one
leehardacre10 h, 9 m ago

Not yet but code has been found suggesting this will be a feature.


The iPhone 8 and above have a feature to send two Bluetooth signals to make stereo sound.
Bluetooth 5
Edited by: "markone" 30th Dec 2017
I got one for £50 by signing up to the Telegraph (offer finished) Have been pleasantly surprised. Tempted to get another for upstairs.....
Philips hue starter kit + free google home £169 @ Argos
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Philips hue starter kit + free google home on argos website.
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Leigh30th Dec 2017

Collected mine yesterday and sold the home for £80 on Gumtree today.heers …Collected mine yesterday and sold the home for £80 on Gumtree today.heers for the heads up OP!



Did the same Cheers!
Awesome! Ordered! Thanks OP.
did this not get voted cold from maplin recently?
The Hue starter kit without the remote is a different pack. I presume they supplied you with the wrong starter kit. i.e. This argos.co.uk/pro…859
chelseablue18 h, 7 m ago

Was that including the remote control?


Nope just the kit with the bridge and 3 GU10 colour changing bulbs
Google Home Mini 3 for £99 at Currys
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Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
£49 for one which is rubbish as Google sells them for £35, However 3 of the little beasts for £99 is a BARGAIN!
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Everywhere is selling out, including Google. There ate still some available at Currys
Google OOS, so this is my best bet, wanted two but this with 10% topcashback is alright, cashback ex VAT, but still hopefully ~£8 from purchase. Need to sell my echo dot Christmas presents when prices go back up!
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HereKittyKitty11 h, 34 m ago

They must have hiked the price up very recently. I picked one up on …They must have hiked the price up very recently. I picked one up on Christmas Eve for £34 with a free voucher


martyn59921 h, 26 m ago

I can only see £49 at Maplins. Am i missing something? Also Argos is out …I can only see £49 at Maplins. Am i missing something? Also Argos is out of stock in most places


They must have hiked the price up very recently. I picked one up on Christmas Eve for £34 with a free voucher
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HereKittyKitty6 h, 59 m ago

Maplin sell them for £34 and give a £5 voucher on click and collect orders …Maplin sell them for £34 and give a £5 voucher on click and collect orders


I can only see £49 at Maplins. Am i missing something? Also Argos is out of stock in most places
Google Home Smart Speaker (Refurbished) £59.99 delivered @ Bargain Crazy
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Extra £10 automatically deducted at checkout to get the £59.99 price.
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OB124th Dec

How come?


Google homes answers are more defined and give you a better answer then the echo does. But each to their own
OB124th Dec

How come?


Just read reviews on tech sites, Google home wins in comparisons
radekmisztal9 h, 54 m ago

Got 1 from telegraph offer, can say i am much more happier than with …Got 1 from telegraph offer, can say i am much more happier than with amazon alexa


How come?
Bought one 1 month ago..But found it unusefull at all..Rubbish
vassy13 h, 2 m ago

Refurbished!!!!!!


Aaaaaaand!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!??
Google pixel 2 with google home mini - £504 @ CPW
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£489 phone cost on a £15 1 month contract with o2 at carphone warehouse, comes with home mini. Can cancel after 1 month. Also possible £50 quidco bringing price to £45
The kinda blue is now £499 at Currys, if someone fancies posting a deal.
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that's from the SIM only Contracts section though, no mention of this in the Handset Contracts offers
mooseepoo4 h, 23 m ago

Doesn't say that in the quidco terms and conditions.


It says it in the offer description...

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poozle23 h, 18 m ago

Good deal but I doubt the cash back will track as all the 1month contracts …Good deal but I doubt the cash back will track as all the 1month contracts say minimum 3 months to get the cash back


Doesn't say that in the quidco terms and conditions.
Good deal but I doubt the cash back will track as all the 1month contracts say minimum 3 months to get the cash back
Google Home £85 delivered + Claim 3 Months FREE Google Play Music @ BT Shop
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Not a scorcher, but a saving is a saving. For those that may have missed the previous deals. Quidco & TCB available. 2 Year Warranty. Credit to msbinks Try using link be… Read more
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msbinks1 h, 53 m ago

If you search on the BT Shop website ''D4K5XJ00' then you can see this for …If you search on the BT Shop website ''D4K5XJ00' then you can see this for £85. So this deal shouldn't be expired.


Thank you. I can't update the "Get Deal" link, but have added the info. to the description
msbinks1 h, 15 m ago

If you search on the BT Shop website ''D4K5XJ00' then you can see this for …If you search on the BT Shop website ''D4K5XJ00' then you can see this for £85. So this deal shouldn't be expired.


Worked for me, thanks for the heads up
If you search on the BT Shop website ''D4K5XJ00' then you can see this for £85.

So this deal shouldn't be expired.
I've seen them for 87. All of them come with 3 month's free GPM
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 16th Dec 2017
Subscribe to Telegraph Premium for £100 per year and get a Google Home, worth £129
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Access Premium articles on Telegraph.co.uk and The Telegraph app Premium articles on Facebook and Apple News Subscriber-only events and exclusive rewards A Google Home worth £1… Read more
teame.trevski11 h, 28 m ago

haha never even used my subscription just waiting for my £50 google home


If you don't want it I'll have the subscription please - send me details
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MCGONIS2 m ago

Voted hot as you are getting a free gift and if you buy the newspaper then …Voted hot as you are getting a free gift and if you buy the newspaper then it is a good deal. The only thing I am noticing on here, is that the community seem to be obsessed with Google Home/Hive/Nest/Alexa etc etc. I don't get it at all.


My MIL wants something similar for the FIL for Christmas, so I got the £50 deal in the hope I can get her a better alternative to a mini/dot
Voted hot as you are getting a free gift and if you buy the newspaper then it is a good deal. The only thing I am noticing on here, is that the community seem to be obsessed with Google Home/Hive/Nest/Alexa etc etc. I don't get it at all.
haha never even used my subscription just waiting for my £50 google home
Google Pixel 2 (All colours) & Google Home Mini Bundle - 64 GB - £529 / 128 GB - £629 @ Currys
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Same price as Carphone Warehouse, but you may prefer Currys... Make your home a little smarter with the Google Pixel 2 & Home Mini Bundle . This bundle includes the Pixel 2 … Read more
Mentox16th Dec

I bought this 5 days ago, any chance of getting this discount somehow?


If you bought it in Currys then go back into then and they will refund you the difference if it's within 7 days.
If you're after a quality Android phone that has a 5inch screen this is the best out there, hands down in every single aspect. If you're after a screen size of over 5.5" then I'd go with a s8 or s8+, purely because the Pixel 2 XL has a long list of problems however this smaller version doesn't . Best camera, minimum of 3 years software updates, stock Android and just runs slick.
helal942 h, 10 m ago

You're basing your choice on one reviewer whereas if you look at so many …You're basing your choice on one reviewer whereas if you look at so many other reviewers they have raved about the camera saying it's the best on any smartphone right now, even better than the iphone x or note 8


Did you not read my last post. You know the bit where I say it will do the job very well. However I usually find that most negative points are actually true in reality. It's a question of whether they bother you or not. Never said I wouldn't buy one.
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Smartguy115th Dec

Not me. Just from someone who has a lot more experience of phones other …Not me. Just from someone who has a lot more experience of phones other than Samsung or LG. https://www.androidpit.com/camera-blind-test-results-samsung-apple-on-top-pixel-2-tanks


You're basing your choice on one reviewer whereas if you look at so many other reviewers they have raved about the camera saying it's the best on any smartphone right now, even better than the iphone x or note 8
Mentox6 h, 11 m ago

I bought this 5 days ago, any chance of getting this discount somehow?


Probably not. Who cares ... Get it returned and order this one at the new price.
Nest Protect + Google Home Mini for £99.95 when price matched @ John Lewis
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You can currently buy a Nest Protect on John Lewis for £109. There is an offer on which allows you to get a google home mini speaker for free with the code GOOGLEHOME (when spend… Read more
The code google home doesn’t work now. Was a good deal tho
cava8316th Jan

Expired I believe, saved me £199.98


Nope, not yet! Just bought another two. Thank you OP.
Expired I believe, saved me £199.98
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Mallow215th Dec

Can't decide whether the nest or hive is better


Nest
cigbunt3 h, 43 m ago

I don't think there's much to update... Nest is more clever / prettyHive …I don't think there's much to update... Nest is more clever / prettyHive gets the job done.. if you can get a cheap gen1 hive like toolstation were selling for £60 just get that.


That's what I've got in my current house. I like it. But house I'm renovating for myself I'm thinking of going for nest.
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