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Google's Project Fi Cell Phone Service Is Now Available in U.S
Google Project Fi- Cell Phone Service

"A new way to say hello"
Project Fi is a program to deliver a fast, easy wireless experience in close partnership with leading carriers, hardware makers, and our users.
Google starts to spread itself everywhere. Google moves into Phone's Carrier Services via its project "Fi"

Google Cell Phone services available for U.S users with  Nexus 6P, 5X, or 6 and they can Sign Up today for Google Fi with their GMail ID for a plan today.



Get up to $150 off the Nexus 5X when you buy from Google and activate with Project Fi


The public launch of Project Fi marked the end of a 10-month, invitation-only test phase and comes as the Internet giant’s first foray in being a mobile phone service provider.

As said by product manager Simon Arscott:
 “We’re excited to be exiting our invitation-only mode and opening up Project Fi so that people across the US can now sign up for service without having to wait in-line for an invite,” .

“With Project Fi, we deliver fast wireless service with the flexibility to use it where you want even internationally and a monthly bill that’s simple and easy to understand.” he added.

Project Fi enabled smartphones can link to one of two 4G LTE networks or to Wi-Fi, automatically selecting optimal connections and switching from one to another without interrupting service, according to Google.

The main focus of Project Fi is to keep the pricing plan simple. For $20/month  get unlimited talk and text and  pay $10/month per GB of data and any unused data is credited back to your account. As far as coverage is concerned, Project Fi piggybacks off of T-Mobile and Sprint, so anywhere you can get coverage with those services, you’ll get with Project Fi. Project Fi only works with Google’s current line of Nexus phones, but as far as off-contract phone plans go, while it’s not the cheapest, the coverage is pretty strong.




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