If you're a fan of Apple and are looking to upgrade your phone, now might be a great time as Amazon slashes the price of its iPhone 7 and Plus by over £200.

The amazing Amazon Echo is on offer, but you’ll have to act quick to benefit!

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Amazon has slashed the price of most of its Alexa and Echo devices meaning you can now get an Echo Spot (3rd Generation) for under £100 while you can get an Echo Dot for just £29.99 – that’s an incredible saving of £20.00 – all, except the Spot in time for Valentine’s Day.

You could even get the Echo Smart speaker in Charcoal Fabric with £20.00 off – meaning you can snap it up for £69.99 and get with free delivery before Valentine’s Day.

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The Echo devices are Amazon’s popular voice-controlled speakers or TV screens, with improved sound and audio detection over the previous versions of the device. They allow you to stream music, tv shows and even call, for free, anyone else with another Echo device. 

You can even use the clever Echo system to turn on and off lights,adjust thermostats, lock doors, find TV shows, and more with compatible connected devices.

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Unfortunately the Echo Spot won’t be available until March, with the earliest shipping date slated for the 9th March. However you can order it now and benefit from the lower price.





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