Feeling a change of broadband provider coming on? Some people aren't aware that there are John Lewis broadband packages, and they're actually pretty decent if you're looking for something simple and affordable.
We've got the low-down on the best John Lewis broadband deals for you this month, and if you act fast they're offering a FREE Google Home Hub with every subscription – we can't believe it either.
Below you'll find three great value broadband packages, all of which include a new router, line rental and evening and weekend calls, as well as zero activation charges or usage caps.
THE BEST JOHN LEWIS BROADBAND DEALS
This is the most affordable deal John Lewis offer at just £20 per month. It includes line rental and there are no usage caps so you can roam to your heart's content. It also includes a £30 John Lewis e-gift card. Winning. Price per year: £240.View Deal
Giving you slightly quicker download speeds, this is the best John Lewis broadband deal for those who have two to four people in their household. Price per year: £342.View Deal
For those who require a super fast download speed, this is the broadband deal for you. You'll get average download speeds of 66Mb, unlimited usage and line rental, too. Price per year: £420.View Deal
GOOGLE HOME HUB – IS IT WORTH IT?
The Google equivalent of Amazon's Echo Show, the Google Home Hub is a smart assistant and tablet all in one. It also comes in your choice of white or silver/grey so you can make sure it fits with the rest of your decor. Its most exciting features include its ability to display photos much like a digital photo frame, it can also show recipes, videos, play music and much more, and it can help with your daily routine. It displays your calendar, the weather, your commute to work and any reminders on its home screen among much, much more. The screen is 7in wide, it has a full-range speaker built-in the back a well as a built-in Chromecast.
Our favourite part is that the device itself is compatible with over 200 different smart products, whether it be thermostats, switches or light bulbs, all of which you can link to your Google Home Hub and control via your smartphone or with your voice. A necessity for those keen to get involved in the world of smart home, we think.
Take a read of a Google Home Hub review for more details.