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Google Project Fi Offers Free Travel Items Through Vending Machine

Ever since they were invented, vending machines have helped starving and thirsty people temporarily alleviate their hunger. But food and beverages aren't the only things you can find in a vending machine; at least in a new vending machine found in the San José International Airport.

The new vending machine is called the Google Project Fi vending machine and can be found at Terminal B, across gate 25 in the airport. It is exclusively available for Project Fi subscribers, who can get travel-related items from the vending machine. Among the items available from the vending machine are socks, sleep masks, and charging cables.

If you would like to get your free travel item from the vending machine, you simply need to do the following steps when you're in the San José International Airport:

  1. On your Fi device, call *#*#FLYWITHFI#*#* (*#*#359948434#*#*).
  2. This will generate a unique QR code on your screen. 
  3. Use the vending machine's scanner to scan the QR code from your device.
  4. Choose your free item. 
Since these items are free for Fi subscribers, only one item can be retrieved every 24 hours.



Source: Google, AndroidPolice

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  1. Hypermobility at its best!

    I can multi-task those Project-Fi socks by placing frozen Cucumber-Gatorade into my FlyWithFi-Socks & slap that on my face for a sleep mask.

    Who ever said people never voted with their feet for industrial capitalism? - WAY TO GO GOOGLE!!(Ooh! Is the charging cable USB-type C?)

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    1. "Who ever said people never voted with their feet for industrial capitalism?"

      And those feet will get worn out from a lot of walking to find that part of the country that has Fi coverage.

      I look forward to Fi becoming a nationwide alternative instead of a small-scale experiment.

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    2. Actually Fi has better coverage than T-Mobile, Sprint or US Cellular individually, because Google has native coverage agreements with all three carriers. That's the nation's #3-5 carriers.

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