Respecting customers’ response, Google extended its Project Fi referral programme indefinitely.
The referral programme was launched last month to attract more customers. In this programme, a user can invite anyone, which gives you and the referee $20 credit each.
Project Fi is Google’s experiment of providing virtual wireless service with the help of some network giants including Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Three to provide unlimited voice and messaging, through Wi-Fi service networks, encrypted by Google.
The project is working in 135 countries where it bills domestically, and monthly with flat rates.
Customers pay their bills at $20 per month for unlimited voice and messaging. Extra and unused data is priced at $10 for 1GB that is added to the next invoice if the user fails to consume it.
To avail the service on your phone, you are bound to have one of the following devices: Google Pixel, Nexus 5X, or Nexus 6P, although you can get data-fi SIM card for your tablet. It prompted users to switch to Google’s tech products. To entice the uninterested, a new package, called Project Fi $20 referral system was offered.
Extra and unused data is priced at $10 for 1GB that is added to the next invoice if the user fails to consume it.
Under this promotion, any customer can give a referral code to 10 new customers. Any new customer who signs through that code and uses the service appropriately for 30 days, $20 is credited to both the referee and referrer.
It was the reason the service received enormous attention and the search giant had to extend it to indefinite time. However, as per regulations, the company can shut the project any time.