Google recently launched Google FI earlier known as Project Fi. Google has exited from the Beta version as well and now offers Google Fi services that will support iPhones and most Android smartphones.
Though Google Fi has been around for quite some time it has been used limitedly for Pixel phones. This will change as now it also includes a few smartphones manufactured by Motorola and LG.
Google Fi can prove to be beneficial for you as it allows you to pay for what you use pricing and international data roaming with no extra charges.
It also offers you smart switching between T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular which give you the fastest data and routing traffic through a secure VPN.
There are a few drawbacks to the Google Fi service as well as your WiFi won’t work on an iPhone or Android smartphones that Fi is not selling. This means you will not get to make WiFi calls, if you are using your own device then you will only be using the T-Mobile network.
The offer is valid on select devices like Pixel 3. Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Moto G6, Moto X4 Android One, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ.
The process of getting on to Google Fi is hassle free and quick. Though it is fundamentally set up to discourage you from using it depending on your daily routine. You will need to check coverage in your area as well before you make the decision to go with Fi.
Google Fi can run on any Android smartphone with Nougat and later version of Android. For iPhone owners need to have iOS 11 or later installed. There are a few offers running as well, you can switch to Fi with your current phone and avail $200 of service credit. This was just a one day offer though. Other offer includes purchasing a phone from Fi and get a travel gift card of the exact same amount you spent on the phone. This gift card can be used at Delta, Southwest, Airbnb, and Hotels.com. This too was an offer for a very limited time.
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