If you're a fan of getting things for free, then Google's got your back. If you order yourself the very reasonably priced Pixel 3a or 3a XL, Google will give you a Nest Hub worth £119 for absolutely nothing, available in chalk, charcoal, aqua, and sand - which looks suspiciously pink, if you ask me.
After a myriad of leaks, the Pixel 3a and 3a XL were unveiled at Google I/O yesterday. The handsets are a mid-range offering in the Pixel range, giving users the same software and AI-enhanced features for half the price of its costlier counterparts.
Priced at £399 and £469 respectively, the smartphones are available to order now, and if the specs and features detailed yesterday have you sitting on the fence, the Nest Hub that's being thrown in as a freebie might just have you jumping off and running to buy it.
We pitted a number of home smart displays against one another earlier this year, and the Nest Hub emerged victorious as our top pick.
This is a great time to pick one up as it follows hot on the heels of the newly announced Nest Hub Max which does everything the Nest Hub does but Google has stuck a camera in it, which isn't necessarily a great addition when it comes to those concerned with home privacy.
If that's got you good and terrified, our bad. But you can check out this Google Pixel 3a deal at Carphone Warehouse instead that'll net you a free Chromebook worth £199.