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.
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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 announced its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Along with the new phones, the company has also announced a new promotion for Project Fi subscribers that could net them a $799 service credit.
Google is offering up quite a deal if one chooses to subscribe to its Project Fi service. The company will issue a $300 credit with the purchase of either an LG G7 ThinQ or V35 ThinQ.
Rumors of a device codenamed Cheza point to an ARM-powered Chromebook which could have eSIM support for Project Fi and dual-lane UFS storage technology, more commonly found in high-end smartphones.
Google is now allowing users to add children to their Project Fi group plans, granting them all the benefits of the Project Fi plans. Parents can also easily manage their kids' data usage.
LG today announced that its newest flagship from the G-series, the G7 ThinQ, is now available to purchase in the United States from Project Fi, other carriers, Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy.
Right on the heels of the G7 ThinQ, LG today announced the V35 ThinQ, which has a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB RAM, an OLED FullVision display, a larger battery, and it works on Google's Project Fi.
Google's Project Fi now has coverage in more countries, bringing the total to 170. In those countries, users will be billed the same as they are at home in the U.S. and benefit from Bill Protection.
Google today announced Bill Protection for Project Fi, promising unlimited data if you use over 6GB in a month. As is the case with all other major carriers, there's still a catch.
Some users of Google's Project Fi are affected with data outages. The problem is occurring in different parts of the world. Google does not have an ETA on a when a fix will be available.
Lenovo's Moto X4 heralds the return of the company's beloved Moto X lineup. The new handset features Project Fi and mid-range specifications for a reasonable price. Here's our review.
Lenovo is bringing a new variant of the Moto X4 to the US, which does not require a Project Fi or Amazon Prime subscription, and is available unlocked for a price of $399 through various retailers.
Today, Google and Motorola announced that the Moto X4 will have an Android One flavor, and it will be supported by Google's own cellular service, Project Fi. The device will cost $399.
With the prospect of a cellular Apple Watch Series 3, the question has been raised of paying for a data plan for such a device. One tip is to use Project Fi to not have to pay for an additional line.
A tweet from Google's Project Fi account has suggested that the virtual network may gain support for an affordable mid-range smartphone from one of the company's partners later this year.
Google today introduced new group plans for its Project Fi cellular network. Pricing doesn't change at $15 per line, but the company promised to continue selling the Nexus 5X and 6P.
Google today announced its first international carrier for Project Fi: Three. According to the company, the service will now offer high-speed data in over 135 destinations in over a dozen countries.
After announcing the addition of US Cellular to the Project Fi service a few weeks ago, it's now official. Google has updated the Project Fi app to reflect the change in the cellular service.
Google announced today that it is expanding its Project Fi coverage, adding U.S. Cellular to the list of carriers that the service runs off of, previously consisting of Sprint and T-Mobile.
Almost a year ago, Google launched its own cellular service called Project Fi, running off of the backs of T-Mobile and Sprint's networks, along with Wi-Fi. Here is our review of Google's Project Fi.
Project Fi is now available to the public, so we're going to review the service. To do that, we had to grab a Nexus 5X. Here's our unboxing and first impressions of the Nexus 5X and Project Fi SIM.
Google has made a number of announcements regarding their Project Fi wireless service, including a heavily discounted Nexus 5X for users when they buy and activate through Project Fi.
Users of Google's Project Fi cellular service can now add up to nine internet enabled devices to their existing voice plans, without paying for an extra connection.
Ever wanted to try out Google's Project Fi? To celebrate the launch of its new Nexus 5X, the company is giving out instant invites to anyone who is interested in its wireless service.
Google has announced that, "over the next few days", its latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update will be available for Nexus 6 handsets on Project Fi, the company's own wireless service.