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Google offering $300 Project Fi credit with purchase of LG G7 ThinQ or V35 ThinQ

Google's Project Fi isn't perfect, but it's a pretty good option when it comes to wireless service, especially when it offers excellent incentives.

For a limited time, Google is giving a $300 Project Fi service credit to those that sign up and purchase either an LG G7 ThinQ or V35 ThinQ. The retail price of the G7 ThinQ through Google is $749 or $32.21 a month, while the V35 ThinQ costs $899 or $37.46 a month.

Although this is a pretty good deal, there are some criteria that have to be met in order to qualify for the $300 credit. First, the device must be activated on the service within 30 days of the device being shipped. Second, the smartphone has to remain active on the service for at least 30 consecutive days within the 60 days after the device was shipped. Once both of these are satisfied, Google will issue a $300 service credit to the account.

The company states that generally, the credit should arrive 45 to 60 days after initial activation. It should go without saying, but if you cancel the service or return the device, you won't be eligible for the service credit. If you want to experiment with Project Fi, you can do so by hitting the link in the source below.

Source: Google

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