Nexus 7 Plus Chromecast From Google Play Brings You A $35 Credit

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Christmas is coming and every serious gadget company started to act as a “Santa Claus bag”. Today, Google just announced that users who buy a Nexus 7 and Chromecast dongle at a time will have a $35 credit to use it in Google Play Store in order to make you some gifts – maybe some pro apps, some books or digital content. So, you can offer a Chromecast to your friends, because you spent nothing on it! It’s good to know that the offer is available just for 2013 model and those $35 will be on your account when the order ships.

According to our source, this is not the first time Google offers a Chromecast dongle for free, or almost. In November a $25 credit in Google Play was there for those who buy the Nexus 7 only and free shipping – offer was for all sizes, and for LTE or Wifi models. With the $35 Google announced 10 new apps that will be available in Chromecast: VEVO, Red Bull.TV, Songza, PostTV, Viki, Revision 3 and BeyondPod, plus streaming local media with the help of Plex, Avia or RealPlayer Cloud.

Buy a Nexus 7 2013 and you'll have Chromecast free

Buy a Nexus 7 2013 and you’ll have Chromecast free

What is Chromecast all about? Chromecast dongle is a revolutionary device for all your family. You can watch all kind of online video and music on your TV by just plugging it into any HDTV and control it with a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. The online entertainment on your HDTV will be easier than ever: movies, TV shows, music, and more from Netflix, YouTube, HBO GO, Hulu Plus, Google Play Movies and Music, and even Chrome will become a new experience with updates always round the corner.
So, don’t hesitate and make yourself a double gift now, just two weeks before Christmas!

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