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Refer a Friend to Join Project Fi and Get a Chance to Win Trip to Google HQ

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Project Fi wants you... and at least two other friends to start using their service. In return, they will be giving you a referral credit that varies, depending on the number of people you bring into the alternate wireless carrier.

Even though Project Fi's Referral Program is not entirely new, its challenges are. As announced recently, Google launched the new Project Fi Referral Challenge, where you can win three different types of prizes.

Here is more detail about the challenge:

First Challenge: When you get two friends to sign up with Project Fi, you can get a $20 credit for Google Play.

Second Challenge: Once you refer five people, you will be getting a "Fi weekender bag." Right now, no one knows for sure what this bag includes.

Third Challenge: As for the last challenge, Project Fi will be awarding whoever gets to the top three list of the most referred people a trip to the Google HQ in California.

Prior to today's news, Project Fi simply offered a $20 bill credit to a customer who refers a friend and signs up with service. In addition to this, Project Fi ran a referral program that required a referred individual to keep their Project Fi service for a minimum of 30 days and to make an advance payment for the second month of service.

Google has not specified its terms for the new referral program but maybe the same rules imply. We'll have to check with Google for more details.

Also, Google has limited the amount of referrals and credits you can get. If you join, you can only net up to $2000 worth of credits and referrals of up to 100. 

Google's Fi Referral Challenge starts from July 25th and runs through September 25th. They also have a leaderboard that updates every 2 hours with the number of referrals each individual has made.


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  1. "Project Fi will be awarding whoever gets to the top three list of the most referred people a trip to the Google HQ in California"

    And this is supposed to be zenith? Are they targeting customers or high school coders?

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  2. Fi offers great C's and the best billing system, but I had to leave due to no phone selection and iffy coverage in places I frequent. Price is good if you don't go over 1 GB a month, but not for more.

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    1. What deters me is aside from the phone selection, the taxes associated with service. Here in CA taxes are thru the roof.

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    2. We live in California and our cellular taxes for two phones on Pure TalkUSA amounts to about $2.70 per month for both phones. Not exactly "thru the roof" or much of a deterrent.

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    3. Project Fi follows the post paid model so taxes are higher than prepaid which is what you are basing your case with. In addition, in some places of CA the taxes can be as high as 26% even on prepaid. I was paying 5.78 for one line on Puretalk on the 29.00 plan.
      Again you are comparing apples to oranges. Just because you paid what you said you paid doesnt mean that everyone in CA pays the same, taxes are decided based on county and locality. Thank you.

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    4. Then those are local taxes, not California state taxes. Why are you identifying these local taxes with the state?

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    5. Everyone pays local and state taxes. The difference is the percentage they charge you. MTS tax is charged to every Californian but where you live in the STATE of CA determines the percentage of tax charged so yes, they are state taxes.
      But I think you missed my point entirely. You were making a case for Project Fi taxes comparing them to PureTalk when they have different tax models. Project Fi follows the post paid which is even worse than prepaid by a high margin.
      You can not say taxes in CA arent that bad because the models you are comparing are different. On the other had you could compare Project Fi to ATT post paid taxed but then again, they would most likely be similarly high.
      I hope you get my point now.

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  3. Free trip to Google HQ? That would save me $5 in gas!

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  4. Referrals are a great way to take money from paying customers and give it to freeloaders, instead of just lowering the price. Cricket does that nonsense.

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    1. Are you going to show them how to run their business? the referral program actually works for them and thats why they do it. The benefits outweighs any potential loss. Please stop being melodramatic.

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  5. If increasing the herd size is their goal, the new pitch is good. Google's Project Fi will better its fan base just by increasing its compatible phone range. Make any GSM phone welcome to its service, then see the results.

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  6. Project FI doesn't work for me because I don't live in a Major Metropolitan area. Out in the Desert only Verizon and AT&T works, At&T is slightly better in my area IMO.

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