Sunday, 6 August 2017

Google's Project Fi Cell Phone Service Is Now Available Without an Invite

Google's Project Fi Cell Phone Service
Google’s cell phone service, Project Fi, is now available without an invitation. Anyone with a Nexus 6P, 5X, or 6 can sign up for a plan today.

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All you need to do to sign up for Project Fi is head to the sign up page and log in with your Google account. From there, you’re on your way to getting cell phone service started. The point of Project Fi is to keep the pricing plan simple. For $20/month you get unlimited talk and text. Then, you 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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