Project Fi launched in 2015 today offers international data coverage in 170 countries and territories with features such as spam protection and data-only SIMs.
On top it all comes bundled in a simple plan with “no contracts” or “extra fees,” says Google along with 24/7 customer support, and Bill Protection for flexibility to use unlimited data.
Project Fi has also earned customer satisfaction score (CSAT) of 90 percent plus, says Google.
Today November 28, Google is rolling out Project Fi on more phones that now support the majority of Android devices and iPhones.
“No matter what phone you use with Fi, you’ll get great Fi features—like reliable coverage, easy group plans, and high-speed international data coverage for the same rates you pay at home,” said Google in the announcement.
In addition to device support expansion, Google has also announced that it’s rebranding Project Fi to now as “Google Fi.”
Choice of Phone
With today’s expanded device support, users can sign up Fi on most Android phones from Samsung, LG, Moto and OnePlus.
Since it’s the first time for iPhones (in beta). Since this is the first time
For Google Fi for iPhones, users will need to go through a few extra steps during the setup.
Google Fi iOS app will provide a walk through during the setup process.
Even though Fi has no contracts and zero hidden fees, some features are plan dependent on Android or iOS device.
For example, Google Fi’s unique seamless switch between multiple cellular networks technology is designed to work on phones such as Pixel 3 and Moto G6.
These phones designed with special hardware and software in addition to supporting the technology also offer more security and reliability.
Those interested can join Google Fi by sign up here.
Lastly, Google also noted that it plans to launch Google Fi across the U.S.