Project Fi coverage available in 170 countries after expansion

Google has announced that it is expanding data coverage on Project Fi to a total of 170 countries and territories. Users will now be able to enjoy Project Fi’s usual pricing of $10 per GB and recently announced Bill Protection feature which caps your costs at $60 per month if you go above 6GB usage. Project Fi will also tell you if you’re covered on your next trip based on flight information the company gleans from Gmail.

A list of the newly supported countries.

Jean Choi, Project Fi Project Manager, said:

“Project Fi will now let you know whether you’re covered on your next trip based on your upcoming international flights from Gmail. You’ll receive a notification in your Project Fi app shortly before your trip that allows you to easily see your coverage options and costs. These notifications will be enabled by default, but you can turn them off in your account settings.”

International coverage will be added to your account automatically so there’s nothing you need to do on your end. For a full list of countries which are supported by Project Fi, head on over to the Project Fi website which details how much everything will cost in each country.

If you’re considering signing up to Project Fi, for a limited time you can get $80 of Fi service credit with the purchase on any Fi-compatible phone.

Source: Google

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