Google Rebrand Project Fi to Google Fi, Will Work On iPhones and Some Android Devices


Google’s Project Fi was launched on 22 April 2015 for Google Nexus 6 available only through invitation. Project Fi is a mobile virtual network operator maintained by Google. Project Fi provided Phones with Messaging, Data Services by using Wi-Fi, cellular networks operated by T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Three.

Google announced today that it will be rebranding Project Fi to Google Fi. and will start working on iPhones and some Android Devices.

There were no contracts for Project Fi, you got unlimited talk, text per month for $20, and $10 for 1 GB Data. With Google Fi you can roam in more than 170+ Countries. You will be able to easily connect to 2 million+ Wi-Fi hotspots.

Starting today Google Fi will start working on Samsung, Motorola, LG, and OnePlus. iPhone support is currently in beta as of now. Google Fi will not work on Android devices with Android 7.0 installed. This is not the first time Google Fi will work on Apple device previously it used to work on iPads you only have to change some data settings.

Google is offering a deal, if you purchase a Google Fi today Google will give you the amount paid in the form of Gift Cards for Airbnb, Southwest Airlines, or Delta Airlines and if you are a new subscriber then you will be getting $200 off via bill credit.

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