Customers who sign up to one of First Utility's broadband packages can now receive a Google Home Mini smart assistant for free.
The home hub, which usually costs around £40, will be available for anyone choosing the firm's SuperFirst Broadband or UltraFirst Broadband deals for an 18-month contract, ISPReview.co.uk reports.
The SuperFirst package will cost £31.99 a month and provide users with an average download speed of 35Mbps. The UltraFirst option, meanwhile, delivers average download speeds of 63Mbps and will set consumers back £34.99 a month for the duration of the contract.
Both deals will offer users unlimited downloads, line rental, a free wireless router, UK-based support and free delivery and connection.
Unlike many other broadband providers, who typically increase their prices at the end of a contract, First Utility also promises not to increase the monthly charge at the end of the minimum contract period.
The firm is also offering smart home gadgets for energy users, with people signing up to its two or three-year fixed-price tariffs receiving a Nest Thermostat or Nest Cam Indoor security camera respectively.
Chief Commercial Officer at First Utility Ed Kamm said: "We've sought out the best smart-home technology to help customers enjoy more convenience, energy-efficiency and safety in the way they manage their home.
"By bundling products with our good value energy and broadband tariffs there are no up-front costs and we’ll cover installation where it’s needed."
The Google Home Mini offers consumers a smart speaker with built-in Google Assistant, which lets people use their voice to control compatible devices, play music, listen to audiobooks or watch TV with Chromecast.
It can also help organise your schedule, send out calendar reminders and answer any question that you might want to ask Google.