When Google first launched their awesome Nexus Protect "insurance" for warranty repairs and accidents with Nexus devices, the only way you could get it was through the Google Play Store. This left folks who were early adopters of Google's Project Fi MVNO cellular service stuck without a protection plan on devices purchased through that service. Luckily they have seen the error of their ways on this oversight. You can now purchase the Nexus Protect accidental protection plan directly on the Project Fi website when you get a device there. Here's a quote with the details, "That has now changed with Project Fi buyers having the chance to purchase the Nexus Protect plan. When purchased via Project Fi buyers get coverage against accidental damage such as broken screens and mechanical breakdown for $5 per month. Nexus 6P buyers will pay a $99 deductible for repairs or replacements. Nexus 5X owners will need to cough up $69 if they break the device. The Nexus Protect plan itself is a monthly charge of $5 and it seems it stays in effect as long as you pay your monthly fee. Normally you only have 30 days to decide to buy the protection plan, but Google is dong something cool for previous buyers via Project Fi. Since the plans weren't available until now, customers who purchased their device via Project Fi all the way back to launch can buy the protection plan right now." ~ SlashGear It's great to see that Google is even taking care of early adopters of Project Fi who were not able to take advantage of the Nexus Protect previously.