Project Fi Users Are Getting A Small Gift From Google

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At this point, we’ve all heard of Project Fi, a cell phone service that Google launched earlier this year that utilizes Sprint and T-Mobile towers and charges you by how much Internet data you use. Well, users of Project Fi will be getting a little gift from Google that should be showing up at their place of living soon. What Google is sending out is making me kind of jealous, and it’s a smart idea and something I could have done. They are sending out a charging stand made of Lego. Considering I’m a Lego kind of guy myself, this is genius and awesome.

What you’ll receive in the box from El Goog is Lego pieces, a holiday gift card, and a free USB Type C charging cable (only if you purchased a Nexus 6P or Nexus 5X from Project Fi). The way the charging stand works after it’s put together has the charging cable run through the stand under where the phone will stand in place.

Shipping of the charging stands started yesterday, November 24th, to users of Project Fi, but there are certain requirements that need to be met. If you’ve ordered a Project Fi SIM card, a Nexus 6, Nexus 5x, or a Nexus 6P on or before November 8th and activated before November 19th, then you are eligible while supplies last. Shipping will go to the service address on the account. If activated on or before November 9th, it’s the same deal, again while supplies last. It’ll ship to the shipping address used for the SIM card.

If you’ve started your service on or before November 8th and didn’t activate by November 19th or cancelled before November 19th, you will not be eligible to receive your gift.

If you’re using Project Fi and meet these requirements, are you pretty excited about receiving your Lego made charging stand? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

  Source: Jason Kukaszewski
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