Amazon’s recent Echo sale has now sadly come to an end but now there’s a way to get a smart speaker without paying a penny.
BT has just launched a range of new broadband deals which include a free Amazon Echo device.
This offer comes with the firm’s Superfast Fibre bundle with a £70 reward card also thrown in as part of the package.
Superfast Fibre 2 brings average speeds of 67Mbps to your home with unlimited downloads also meaning you don’t have to worry how much you use.
Along with BT giving away some free gifts, they have also cut the monthly price of this broadband by £6 per month.
This means you’ll now pay £39.99 per month with those wanting to take advantage, needing to sign up to an 18-month contract.
This new deal comes as the Amazon Echo continues to boom in popularity.
The Alexa-powered smart speaker is now in millions of homes across the world with these devices able to perform a vast array of features via voice control.
Owners can switch on lights, find out the latest news and set timers or alerts.
A simple command can also start music playing with Amazon recently confirming that Apple Music is now available on the platform.
This means subscribers to the Apple Music can now listen to their favourite playlists by simply asking Alexa.
So, if you already own an Amazon Echo here’s 14 new things to ask it.
“Alexa, what fun things have you learnt?”
“Alexa, describe your perfect date.”
“Alexa, how many Marvel films have there been?”
“Alexa, open The Magic Door.”
“Alexa, do you like Game of Thrones?”
“Alexa, what’s free from Audible?”
Enjoy a range of free audiobooks to listen to every month. Whether you’re relaxing at home or just looking for something to sink into while you drift off to sleep, just ask Alexa what’s free from Audible.
“Alexa, open Relaxing Jazz.”
“Alexa, Manchester United just scored a goal.”
“Alexa, give me a fact about Scotland.”
“Alexa, have you got hiccups?”
“Alexa, open Superhero Movie Quiz.”
“Alexa, what happens if you step on LEGO?”
“Alexa, what was the budget for Into the Spiderverse?”
“Alexa, do not disturb.”
Enable ‘do not disturb’ mode when you do not wish to receive any Alexa calls or messages. To disable it just say, “Alexa, turn off ‘do not disturb’”.
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