In mid-May, Google launched the Nest Aware plans, which gave users of the company's smart devices the ability to manage data and even record videos from all of their Nest devices under a single subscription. The features were not new, but until then they were offered in contracts per device, with considerably high prices.
As a way to encourage the signing of its new plans, the search giant started a promotion in which it offered Nest Hub, one of the most robust solutions in the line. However, according to a reader of the 9to5Google website, problems are occurring in the process. The reader in question was already a Nest Aware subscriber, and received an email with the offer, made available in case his subscription was replaced for the annual subscription.
When exchanging, the redemption code received entitles you to a Nest Mini instead of the promised Nest Hub, which is considerably simpler and cheaper. It is not yet possible to say whether the event was intentional on the part of the company, which goes so far as to claim that the promotion is valid as long as stocks last, or if in fact there was a problem in the distribution of the code.