If you join our First Cam tariff before Thursday 22 November, you can claim a Nest Cam Indoor at no additional cost. We’re putting the focus on why having one in your home can help boost your home security and put your mind at rest.
Feel at home, even when you’re not
The Nest Cam Indoor is designed to help you look after your home and family, even during the times when you’re away. Its 24/7 live streaming* in 1080p HD and 130 degree view means that you have prime visibility of your home, whether you’re away on a trip or you’ve just nipped out to the shops.
Keeping you in the loop
The camera isn’t set up just to see what’s in front of it, it also picks up any loud sounds. And if anything is amiss, the camera will send an alert and photo straight to your smartphone so you can act according to whatever’s going on in your home.
And while you want to be prepared for the worst, more often than not the dog has knocked the plant pot over. Oh well. Best pick up some floor cleaner on the way home.
It’s bad enough relying on your phone battery at the best of times, so when it comes to your home security you don’t want to take any chances.
That’s why the Nest Cam Indoor plugs straight into the mains power supply, so it won’t sleep on the job. Better yet, the set-up is quick and easy and only takes a few minutes to install. All it needs is plugging in, and the rest is done from your phone.
Think you’d benefit from a Nest Cam Indoor in your home?
Get a Nest Cam Indoor, recommended retail price of £159, at no additional cost. Available on our First Cam tariff, Nest Cam Indoor lets you see your home 24/7 – in super-clear 1080p HD.
Within 30 days of switching to a First Cam tariff we'll send you an email inviting you to claim your Nest Cam Indoor.
*Some features, including mobile notifications and remote control, require working Internet and Wi-Fi.
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