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Google gives its Project Fi subscribers a holiday gift

Google is hooking up its Project Fi subscribers. Check out the prize you can win and the fun, nostalgic game you have to play to claim it.
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December 12, 2017
TL;DR
  • Google is giving away in-flight Wi-Fi codes as a holiday gift to Project Fi subscribers
  • There’s a fun game to play to claim your prize
  • Even if you don’t subscribe to Project Fi, you can still play the game 

Google Project Fi subscribers, you’re in for a treat. Every year, Google has a holiday treat for the subscribers to its MVNO service. In previous years, we’ve seen Google Play credits, Project Fi Lego sets that let you build a charging stand, and Fi cases, headphones, and battery packs. This year, Fi subscribers are getting a free in-flight Wi-Fi code. 

PSA: Project Fi works in any phone — mostly
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You can grab your prize after completing a fun game on Fi’s website. In the game, you ski down a mountain while avoiding obstacles. There are speed boosts to help you get down the hill faster. If you’re old enough to remember SkiFree, this game will immediately feel familiar to you. Google even warns of a Yeti, but it in our extensive “research”, we’ve yet to see him.

Your score is displayed in the top left corner, but don’t take your eyes off your character for too long. Once you wipe out, your game is over. After you finish up, you can claim a code that rewards you with free in-flight Wi-Fi from Gogo. The code is valid until March 31, 2018. If you’re not a Fi subscriber, don’t fret— you can still play the game. Ski until your heart is content! You won’t receive a coupon at the end, but you can always brag about your high score on social media. 

While the prize isn’t as big as in year’s past, it’s still great that Google is giving back to its subscribers. Hit the button below to play the game.

Are you a Project Fi subscriber? What do you think about this year’s holiday treat? Let us know down in the comments.