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Google Play logoFREE £2.50 film rental on Google PlayChoose from 5 selected films. Norm £2.49-£3.49

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You can get a free film rental on Google Play (norm £2.49-£3.49) via the O2 Priority app until 11.59pm on Wed 31 Aug. 

How to get it

If you're on O2 and you haven't got the app already, you can download it for free from Apple's App StoreGoogle Play for Android or Microsoft's Windows store. Open the app, search for 'Movie Gift from O2' and the offer should appear.

Once you redeem the offer, it'll give you a code which you need to enter online at the Google Play store to claim your free rental. You can choose one of the following films:

  • Bridge of Spies - norm £3.49
  • Bride Wars - norm £2.49
  • Little Miss Sunshine - norm £2.49
  • Cyrus - norm £2.49
  • The Way Way Back - norm £2.49

Not on O2? 

There's a sneaky way of getting O2 Priority offers even if you're not an O2 customer. It might be too late for you to get this deal, but you can get prepared for the next O2 Priority freebie. See our O2 Priority for EVERYONE! guide to find out how.

Google Play logoGoogle Nexus 4 £159 (was £239)Online offer on 8GB and 16GB models. Delivery's £9.99

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One of Google's best-selling handsets, the Nexus 4 is currently available for £159 (was £239) on the Google Play store for the 8GB model. The 16GB model is also on offer at £199 (was £279). Delivery's £9.99.

The device comes Sim-free and requires a micro-Sim. It can be used on any network. Google hasn't told us when the offer will end, but stock's limited, so go quickly if you want to take advantage of this offer.

The price reduction may have something to do with the highly-anticipated launch of Google's new handset, the Nexus 5. The Nexus 4 is still under a year old though, having been released at the end of 2012. It's received good reviews from various tech websites, including this one from TechRadar.