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Google offers a free Nest Hub to some Aware subscribers

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Google is no stranger to giving away free Assistant-capable devices, but the company’s latest promotion is more interesting in that you can snag a free Nest Hub. The company has started emailing some Nest Aware subscribers in the US to offer them the Assistant-enabled smart display. The offer, which was spotted by Android Police, is valid through July 31st.

Nest Hub email

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If you already received the email but weren’t able to claim your smart display, Android Police reports the redemption process is now working. In a separate offer, Google is also trying to incentivize some people to subscribe to Nest Aware by offering them a free Nest Mini.

The promotions come after Google streamlined Nest Aware in May. Instead of paying per camera, the new subscription starts at $60 per year (or $6 per month) and provides 30 days of event video for all the Nest security devices inside your home. The more expensive $120 per year Nest Aware Plus subscription comes with 60 days of event history and 10 days of 24/7 history.

If you’re not a Nest Aware customer, don’t worry; you can still snag some free hardware. Until June 30th, YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium and Google Play Music subscribers can claim a free Nest Mini.

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