Here’s how you can get Xiaomi Mi home security camera for free

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Google has launched the Google Nest Hub in India.
  • The Google Nest Hub costs Rs 9,999 in India.
  • Google is offering a Xiaomi Mi smart camera free with every Nest Hub purchase.

Are you planning to upgrade your home to a smart home? Are you planning to buy a security camera that would ensure that your home stays safe and secure all the time? What if you could get one for free? What if we tell you that you can get a smart security camera that you would normally get for anywhere between Rs 1,500 and Rs 3,000 for free? Would you buy it? Perhaps yes. Google has partnered with Xiaomi and as a part of its deal, the tech giant is offering a Xiaomi Mi home security camera for free.

But there is a catch. You won’t simply get the Mi home security camera worth Rs 1,799 for free. You will have to buy the Google Nest Hub smart speaker cum smart display to get the Mi home security camera for free.

For those who remain uncertain, here’s what happened: Google on Monday launched the Google Nest Hub in India for Rs 9,999. As a part of the launch offer, Google is offering the Xiaomi Mi home security camera for free for a limited time. The Google Nest Hub is available for purchase on Flipkart, Croma, Reliance Digital and Tata Cliq starting today. However, the Xiaomi Mi home security camera is available as a limited period offer for purchases made via Flipkart and Tata Cliq only.

So if you want to a free Mi home security camera, you should head to either Flipkart or your nearest Tata Cliq store and shop for a brand new Nest Hub smart display.

As far as other offers are concerned, customers who purchase the Nest Hub via Flipkart will get five per cent cashback for purchases made via Axis Bank credit cards and HDFC bank debit cards and five per cent off on purchases made via Axis Bank Buzz credit card.

The Google Nest Hub comes with a 7-inch touch screen display and it comes with the company’s Ambient EQ feature that automatically adjusts the screen brightness based on the ambient lightning and the company’s Digital Wellbeing features. It is compatible with nearly 200 million devices from nearly 3,500 brands and it sells in India in Chalk and Charcoal colour variants.

 

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