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Facebook Portal deal offers £100 saving on Google Nest and Amazon Echo Show rival


Facebook Portal is right now running a big money saving deal. If you’ve been tempted to pick up any device in the Facebook Portal range then now is the ideal time to do so, as you can save £100 when purchasing two Facebook Portal devices. This offer applies to the Facebook Portal, Facebook Portal Go and Facebook Portal+ smart displays as well as the Facebook Portal TV.

The latter is a plug-and-play gadget that lets you make video calls from any TV in your house – and also offers access to leading streaming apps such as Netflix, Spotify and Prime Video. The Portal TV is priced at £149, while the cheapest Facebook smart displays is the Facebook Portal – priced at £169. This offers a 10inch HD display which can be used for video calls on Messenger, WhatsApp and Zoom and also can be used a digital picture frame when it’s not in use.

Next up is the Facebook Portal Go, which is a battery-powered smart display that is designed to be portable.

The Portal Go, which also boasts a 10inch display, is priced at £199.

The top of the line Facebook Portal device is the Portal+, which features a tiltable 14inch HD display.

Like the Portal and Portal Go, the Portal+ also offers access to a range of apps such as music streaming services Spotify and Deezer.

All Portal devices are also fitted with a Smart Camera that automatically pans and zooms so you stay in the shot.

And if someone enters the room, it widens to keep everyone in view.

If you’re thinking of purchasing a Facebook Portal, and like the sounds of the offer running right now, there are a few other things that sweeten the deal.

Facebook includes free two day delivery and free returns with Portal orders.

Not only that, but if you buy two Portal devices from the Facebook Portal website you can get delivery to multiple addresses at no extra cost.

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