Catch up on your favourite entertainment with Google Nest Hub and Nest Mini

Get a Nest Hub, and a Nest Mini RRP £128 at no extra cost.

Offer ends 16 November

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Bigger sound than before

Music sounds bigger and richer on Nest Mini1 than ever before, with a 40% stronger bass than the original Mini2.

Nest Mini (2nd gen), the speaker you control with your voice. Just say “Hey Google” to control compatible connected home products and play your favourite music from Spotify, YouTube Music, and more3.

"Hey Google, play Queer Eye on Netflix"

Just say “Hey Google, open Netflix4” to use your voice to stream your favourite shows5 with Nest Hub1. With a 7” touchscreen display and full range speakers, you can watch what you want, and control your Nest Hub and multiple compatible devices hands-free with Google. 

Relive your best memories with Google Photos, watch YouTube, and play songs and videos from YouTube Music. Plus, listen to Spotify and your favourite radio stations3.

Tariff info

Energy September 2022 plus Google Nest Hub and Nest ​Mini

  • 100% renewable electricity

  • Price protection until September 2022

  • Exclusive rewards with Shell Go+

  • Broadband discount available

  • Includes a Nest Hub and Nest Mini RRP at up to £128

Make streams come true

Nest Hub and Nest Mini retail at up to £128, but with our Energy September 2022 plus Google Nest Hub and Nest Mini tariff, they come with no extra cost.
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​1 Nest Hub and Nest Mini require a Wi-Fi network, a nearby electrical socket and a compatible (Android, iOS) mobile device. A Google Account is required for full access to features. Minimum OS requirements are available at 

2Measured from 50-100 Hz at max volume.

3Subscription(s) are required to access certain content.

4 Netflix streaming membership required. Additional terms may apply.

5 When using Voice Match, keep in mind that a voice similar to yours, or a recording of your voice, could result in Google incorrectly recognising someone else as you.