Signing up for Project Fi has been limited to users with “@gmail.com” addresses, but moving forward, Google is opening up the service to all G Suite users in the US. Thanks to this, if you utilize G Suite and have your own domain, you can now sign up to use Project Fi.
With this move, if a small business with less than 6 employees wants to sign up, too, that is also doable. By default, Project Fi is “off,” so just be sure to have the G Suite administrator enable it on the accounts.
Stated by Google in the blog post, “While Project Fi had been available to users with @gmail.com addresses, starting today we’re making G Suite compatible with Project Fi, allowing users (currently US only) to sign up with their G Suite accounts (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).”
According to Google, this support should be available to every single G Suite user in the US within the next 15 days.
Signing yourself or your small business up for Fi?