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Google is giving Fi subscribers free photo books for Christmas

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Continuing its holiday present tradition, this year Google Fi is offering a free physical photo album to every one of its subscribers. You can get the gift by playing a short Google Chrome-themed game, after which you’ll be prompted to sign into your Fi account and claim your free store credit. The voucher can either be used to get you a 20-page softcover photo album filled with your Google Photos snaps for free, or else you can get a discount of $9.99 off the hardcover version.

In light of Google Fi’s recent expansion, the company might have a few more holiday presents to send out this year to subscribers. At the end of November, Google started supporting iPhones and a wider variety of Android devices, while strategically stripping the word “Project” from the name of the MVNO.

Surprisingly, considering the expanded user base, Google’s 2018 gift is actually just as generous as previous years. Sure, it’s nothing compared to the free Lego kits that the company sent out in 2015, but it’s just as much as the $9.99 of Google Play credit that was the 2016 present, and relevant to more people than the voucher for in-flight Wi-Fi that was given out in 2017.