It appears as though a number of Project Fi subscribers are receiving another kit from the team with some Legos and a USB Type-C cable. There has been a few reports over the last couple of days of users receiving these kits, though we are unable to tell whether all Project Fi customers are getting them, or just a select number. The kit includes a Lego set in Fi colors that turns into a phone stand, along with a USB Type-A to USB Type-C cable as well.
If you're a Project Fi subscriber, be sure to check your mailbox and see if you've received one as well. In the event that you have, or do, let us know in the comments below if you got the same kit.
Thanks for the tip, Gavin!
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