Google today announced that its adding three new Motorola phones to its Fi cellular service. Moreover, if you're a new customer, you can get any Motorola device for free with Fi credit.
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Today, Google announced some improvements to its Fi cellular service. The two-year-old VPN service is finally coming out of beta, and you'll also be able to use it on an iPhone this spring.
You can now get flagship Samsung 5G devices like the Galaxy Note20 Ultra and Galaxy S20 directly from Google Fi. For a limited time, there's also a $300 Fi credit available on purchase of the phones.
Google is rolling out today the ability for existing customers of its Fi cellular service to activate eSIM on their iOS devices. However, it's available only on iPhones with dual SIM support.
Amazon has now begun selling Google Fi SIM cards for $9.99, which is higher than Google's free shipments. However, the purchase also comes with a $10 credit for the customers' first bill.
Google has announced that its Fi cellular service is expanding its feature sets on phones that are compatible with Fi, but not designed for it. Users can now get spam warnings, and more.
If you're on Google Fi and envious of T-Mobile's new 5G launch, there's no need to be. As it turns out, T-Mobile's 5G smartphones, like the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G, work just fine with Google's Fi network.
Google's mobile network service, Fi, is getting a new capability starting with the Pixel 4. Supported phones will be able to connect to two networks at the same time, allowing for seamless switching.
Today, Google announced an unlimited plan for its Fi cellular service, which works off of T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. Unfortunately, it's probably not worth it for many users.
Google has announced the second-ever Google Fi plan, Google Fi Unlimited, which includes unlimited calls, texts, and data. To celebrate the launch, new subscribers can get 50% off a Pixel 3 or 3 XL.
Today, Google announced its Pixel 3a and 3a XL. On top of its already low starting price of $399, the firm is throwing in $100 of Fi credit for a limited time for those that sign up for the service.
If the $999 price tag of the Google Pixel 3 XL is a bit too much for you, the company is selling it for half off today only, as long as you buy it through Google Fi. The Pixel 3 is $399.
Google Fi is offering an entire month of service free of charge, as long as users register before the 24th of this month. Unfortunately, not all phones are eligible candidates for this promotion.
While Motorola has already announced that its new Moto G7 would be coming to Google's Fi cellular service, Google announced today that it's a Made for Fi device, meaning it supports all Fi networks.
Sprint announced today that it has agreed to expand its partnership with Google for its Fi network to support 5G. Sprint's 5G network is still slated for launch in the first half of this year.
Now that Project Fi has become Google Fi, it's continuing to grow, and you can now purchase a SIM card at any of over 500 Best Buy stores. Unfortunately, data-only SIMs are not available.
Google today announced that it is adding support for RCS in Android Messages for Google Fi customers with supported devices. The company is also expanding 4G LTE coverage to more regions this year.
Google overhauled its Project Fi service today, renaming it to Google Fi. It also added support for a ton of devices, including those from Apple, Huawei, Samsung, HTC, and more OEMs.
Google's Project Fi wireless network service may soon expand further and add official support for Samsung, OnePlus and Apple devices. The service will reportedly launch in beta on iPhone devices.
Google today announced that it will be rolling out an enhanced network for Project Fi customers, introducing added security and more stability thanks to seamless transitions between 4G and Wi-Fi.
Google might be about to rename its popular mobile service, Project Fi, to Google Fi. The new branding was spotted in a pamphlet included in a Google Pixel device purchase made by a Reddit user.
Google has finally unveiled their rumoured wireless network, dubbing it "Project Fi" and revealing a novel pricing structure. There are, however, some strict limitations as of now.