Get a Google Nest Hub for free with this killer Sling TV deal

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If you're looking to cut the cord and want to boost your smart home in the process, you'll want to check out this new Sling TV deal.

When you sign up for Sling TV on a new account and pre-pay three months, Sling will give you a free Google Nest Hub, a $79 value. It's a nice savings, considering that Sling TV plans start at $15 per month or up to $25 per month with a bundle.

Sling TV with Google Nest Hub: Free Google Nest Hub with three-month subscription

Sling TV with Google Nest Hub: Free Google Nest Hub with three-month subscription
If you want to get live TV without cable, Sling TV is giving away the $79 Nest Hub for those who sign up for a three-month subscription to the popular streaming service. 

Sling's new bundle is a surprisingly solid Cyber Week deal, because Google's Nest Hub is one of the more useful smart home devices on the market, with Google Assistant baked in and a 7-inch screen that lets you do everything from check the weather to and control smart plugs and smart lights to automatically launch Sling TV.

In our Google Nest Hub review, we liked the compact design and easy phone calling functionality, as well as the centralized smart home control. We also appreciated the Google Photos and YouTube integration, and now you can add Sling TV to the mix.

Meanwhile, Sling TV is one of the better streaming services on the market, thanks in no small part to its $15 a month starting price. Sling Blue, which costs $15 per month, features 47 channels, including Fox, NBC, and NFL Network. Sling Orange has 32 channels, including ESPN, CNN, and Food Network and similarly costs $15 per month. Together, the Sling Orange & Blue bundle features 53 channels and costs just $25 per month to start. 

So, if you're in the market for a new streaming service and want to save a few bucks in the process, this offer is a worth a look.

Don Reisinger is CEO and founder of D2 Tech Agency. A communications strategist, consultant, and copywriter, Don has also written for many leading technology and business publications including CNET, Fortune Magazine, The New York Times, Forbes, Computerworld, Digital Trends, TechCrunch and Slashgear. He has also written for Tom's Guide for many years, contributing hundreds of articles on everything from phones to games to streaming and smart home.