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Friday, February 2nd, 2018 (8:57 am) - Score 719
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The ISP division of high street retailer John Lewis has today reintroduced a promotion that they briefly experimented with last year, which offers a “free” Google Home smart speaker to any new customers who subscribe to their ADSL or superfast FTTC based “fibre” broadband and phone services.

This offer is live for a limited time only and will be ending on the 27th February 2018. Customers who order one of the packages will also receive a 12 month contract term, 24/7 UK based customer support, PC security from BullGuard, free UK evening and weekend phone calls, included line rental, unlimited usage and an included wireless router.

Unlimited Broadband and Phone
* Up to 17Mb Download Speed

PRICE: £22.50 a month for 12 months (£26.50 thereafter)

Fibre Broadband and Phone
* Up to 38Mb Download Speed

PRICE: £32.50 a month for 12 months (£38 thereafter)

Fibre Extra Broadband and Phone
* Up to 76Mb Download Speed

PRICE: £36.50 a month for 12 months (£43 thereafter)

The speaker usually costs around £100 online.

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5 Responses
  1. Avatar Mike

    Free CIA SpyBox!

    • Avatar spurple

      Don’t worry, they can already spy on you through every mobile phone and computer in your household.

    • Avatar spurple

      And if you try too hard, they’ll send a couple of armed policemen round your place to knock your door down and beat you with a wrench until you give them what they want.

      I’m joking of course. But it’s interesting to observe how people wilfully forget the myriad ways that are available to spy on them just in order to complain about smart speakers which are a very convenient tool.

  2. This is a great idea, especially for new internet users at home. Though skeptics of spying and prying on your private life aside, Google Home does offer you that connected to the world feel, and I think it is a great way to pitch your services and make new consumers get acquainted with what the world wide web has to offer them.

  3. Now, this is the way to promote your services, I mean apart from what people say about spying and snooping around for your private information. The post does say that the speaker costs around £100, so I think it’s great for bringing in new customers. I think other service providers should also take a hint and add in some of their own improvised gifts as well.

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