Project Fi Offer Up To $899 In Service Credits When Buying 2 LG Phones

Project Fi is currently running a couple of pretty solid deals. Firstly, if you purchase two LG phones, you can get up to $899 in service credits for Project Fi service. The two phones must be activated on a shared Fi service plan, and you need to keep both phones on the account, or you'll lose your service credits. Basically, Project Fi is giving you a free phone here, but in service credits, which means you could likely get nearly a year of service for free from Project Fi. Considering, you can get two lines for as little as $35, or get unlimited for $100, that's still plenty of months of not having to worry about paying your bill.

On top of the LG promotion, Project Fi is also discounting the Pixel 2 XL by $200. That brings the price of the Pixel 2 XL down to $649. This is likely because Google will be announcing the Pixel 3 in about two months time, and Project Fi is going to need to get rid of its inventory. This is pretty common this time of year, so it's nothing that special, but it is a good time to pick up a discounted Pixel 2 XL. It's still one of the best smartphones on the market. There's one more promotion that Project Fi is holding right now. You can get $50 in credit when you buy a Moto G6. The Moto G6 is only $199, so it's actually a really good deal, as you're getting a month of service for free - depending on how much data you use.

These three promotions from Project Fi are pretty solid, and it offers something for everyone. If you are looking for a new phone for you and your significant other (and you two are on the same Project Fi plan), or just need a new phone, Project Fi has something available for you. You can check out all of the phones available on Project Fi by hitting the link below.

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