Project Fi is in the gift-giving mood this holiday season, treating customers to surprises each week leading up to New Years. This week, as mentioned to us from a few reader emails, Project Fi is handing out $10 Google Play gift codes for use on apps or whatever, with more goodies to come. (more…)
Project Fi now offers a family plan, called Group Plan. With it, up to six people can all be under the same plan, only paying for the data they use. To break it down, access to the plan is $15 a month for new lines (still $20 for the initial line), which comes with unlimited talk and text. Like a standard single plan, each 1GB of data is priced at $10. However, if you don’t use all of your data in a month, the money you paid for that data is credited back to your account. (more…)
Google is fully aware that when traveling abroad, your data connection is a major pain point. Not only is it expensive to use data when traveling outside of the US, it’s also often quite a slow and frustrating experience. Today, to help reduce those struggles, they are introducing better roaming to Project Fi by adding connectivity through Three’s network. (more…)
Project Fi added a third network today in US Cellular. That means Project Fi users now have access to three different networks, further enabling the ability of Fi to get you on the best connection at all times.
For those not familiar with US Cellular, just know that it’s one of the larger mobile networks (they claim to be the 5th largest) in the US with coverage in 23 states. The company is headquartered out of Chicago, has 4.8 million customers, and runs a network on LTE and CDMA. (more…)
For a limited time, those who activate a line on Project Fi will receive $150 off the retail price of a Nexus 5X, bringing the total for a 16GB model down to just $199, and 32GB to $249. Project Fi will allow you to pay for the device however you see fit, whether that’s via monthly payments or outright. (more…)
Project Fi, Google’s previously invite-only prepaid wireless service that takes advantage of both T-Mobile and Sprint networks, is now open to the public. Of course, you’ll still need a supported phone, but this means you will no longer need to request an invite to sign-up. Yay! (more…)
Project Fi, Google’s own cellular service that runs on T-Mobile and Sprint’s LTE networks, announced data-only support for tablets today. Much like you see from the larger carriers, data-only SIMs provide mobile network connection for tablet devices, and Google is now ready to offer this service to customers. (more…)