Prime Day is a wrap for 2019, but that doesn't mean the deals have stopped. Amazon is offering its Prime members a chance to snag a post-Prime Day deal on the Amazon Echo Connect, keeping its price at just $19.99 for a couple of days. It fell to this price during the event, marking a new low, but you now have until Friday to grab it at this discounted rate.
Make a call
This device connects your Echo to your home phone line so you can start making and receiving calls using only your voice. It dropped to $20 during Prime Day and it looks like it's hanging around at that price for a little while longer.
$34.99 $15 off
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
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This device connects your home phone line to your Echo device, allowing you to make and receive calls using just your voice. It connects to Alexa and syncs with your contacts so you can have the voice assistant remember numbers for you.
You do need an Echo device — though I'm sure you got kitted out during Prime Day — as well as a home phone and a smartphone to get this set up and working. If you still have a home phone for emergencies, security systems, or any other reason, you'll probably want to pick one of these up to make it far more useful. Getting it set up is pretty simple, and Amazon has a great set of instructions available to help.
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