Project Fi vending machine hands out free travel goodies to subscribers

If you're traveling through San José International Airport, you should stop by the new Project Fi vending machine. The Project Fi Travel Trolley (as it's called) is located across from gate 25, and is handing out free travel goodies to Fi subscribers, including eye masks, socks, and charging cables.

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If you're a Fi subscriber, you can generate a unique QR code by dialing




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It's certainly a nifty service and a great way to brand Project Fi offline. All Google has to do now is bring these vending machines to more airports across the country.

Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia at Android Central. He leads the site's coverage of Chinese phone brands, contributing to reviews, features, and buying guides. He also writes about storage servers, audio products, and the semiconductor industry. Contact him on Twitter at @chunkynerd.

  • Neat.
  • It's really an odd way to promote Fi, but cool nonetheless.
    I wish I traveled more, if ever, though. Haha
  • not to be grammar police here...but it is San Jose (nothing above the "e") unless you are flying to Cabo. Wish I could get Fi
  • Un-related question to the story, but are you a St. Louis Blues fan?
  • nope......a Sharks fan if I was to say I followed hockey. BLUESTL (Blue Steel) came from the time when I was in school and I was 3D modeling something in Lightwave and it was shinny BLUE...looked like, I just adopted that name.
  • Ok, thanks.
  • Not to be the spelling police here, but it's 'shiny'...
  • LOLOL......I am a designer...not an English least I didn't use MILLENNIAL texting "like u no wat I m sayin"
  • I agree I never put an accent over the e when talking about the SJC airport, but the official name includes it You would also use the accent for SJO, the airport in San José, Costa Rica :)
  • dang.......learn something everyday. I have lived in the bay area for 21 years and never have seen it written with the ' above the Jose.