If You Live in D.C., Here’s an Easy Way to Get a Free Google Home
Who couldn’t use a Google Home? These little voice-activated devices are pretty handy. OK, and they’re kind of fun.
Get this: A company called Arcadia Power is handing out a free Google Home Mini when you try out its free service.
(It’ll help relieve some of your guilt about that lamp you decided you needed.)
How to Get a Free Google Home Mini in 2 Minutes (Seriously!)
Energy-saving company Arcadia Power wants to help D.C. residents use cleaner energy and save money on their electric bills.
All you have to do is connect your utility account, and Arcadia Power will tell you if it can lower your electric bill.
Financial services worker Rebecca Rindler signed up for Arcadia Power. She didn’t think much of it then, but about three months later, she got an email from Arcadia Power that it found her a better deal.
“Basically, I did nothing,” she says. She estimates she saved $120 on her electric bill in a year.
Even better? Right now, when you activate your free account, Arcadia Power will send you a free Google Home Mini.
Hello, new home assistant.