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Get a free Chromecast just by using Google Wallet

Get a free Chromecast just by using Google Wallet
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If you watch streaming content on Netflix, Hulu, or another service, you need a smart TV, a streaming media player, or a streaming media stick. The same goes for listening to streaming music on some of your devices.

If so, you may have seen on the exclusive Komando Streaming Media Player Comparison Charts that you can get a streaming media device for as little as $35. Suddenly, you're streaming hundreds of free channels, like Crackle and Tubi TV, local news and international channels.

Plus, you can access your paid streaming services Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go and others. It's a bargain, notably Google's Chromecast. The streaming media stick is only $35, which is great. But $0 is better, right?

Right now, if you use Google's mobile wallet, Android Pay, you can earn rewards. Those rewards are free songs on Google Play, if you use Android Pay up to nine times in the next month.

But, if you use Android Pay 10 times within the next month, you'll receive a code to redeem a Google Chromecast for free on the Google Store. That's a $35 dollar value that'll open up your TV viewing experience to a whole new world of content.

Google's Tap 10 promotion runs through February 29. To participate, you'll need to download Google's free Android Pay app on your Android device.

Note: Android Pay, Apple's Apple Pay and other digital wallets don't store your payment card information onto your mobile device. They create unique codes, so you can securely pay for products and services.

They also use one-time authorization codes. Even if a hacker finds that transaction code, they can't use it to buy anything since you've already used it.

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Source: Droid Life
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