Google takes a big step to increase wireless fi availability.
It’s been a while since Google Project Fi has pledged to do something different from big airlines. Because it can switch between different cellular network operators to get the best signal, the service is officially supported only by the limited number of mobile phones. You can do it at any time by activating the service on a supported phone and then transferring your SIM card to another (including iPhone). This is not supported.
But now the company is changing, the company opens the Fi page – and turns its name into Google Fi – and formally extends support for devices to the most popular Android and iPhone phones. Supported Android phones support Samsung, LG, and Motorola and OnePlus devices. iPhone support is currently in beta and its configuration requires some additional steps. IOS app for iOS should now be available in the App Store.
With many phones supported, you cannot get the full experience of this site, change the network, and access advanced Google network features, including Google VPN. So you’ll always need a Pixel, Moto G6, or another device that you can buy directly from Fi Store.
All phones have common features such as accounting protection, free international broadband roaming, and support for group schedules.
To increase bids, Google also introduces some of these extraordinary actions: If you open a new account on the website or if you are already a user, you can buy a phone at your Store and Internet account today. You use it for flights to Delta or Southwest or to stay in Airbnb and Hotels.com. Of course, there are some good prints (you need to keep your account active for several months, etc.). However, if you want to continue receiving Fi, you want to travel and get Pixel 3. XL is not a bad deal.
Delicious impressions below:
Find Fi with state of the sales for device purchase (Google Fi).
Limited time and valid for 24 hours on all eligible devices purchased from fi.google.com from 11/28/18 12:00 pm to 11/28/18 11:59 PM, or during the last supply. If you purchase a qualifying device at fi.google.com, you can exclude travel vouchers for the amount you pay for the device, excluding taxes (details below).
To qualify for this promotion, the device must be active within 15 days after it is shipped and remains active for 60 consecutive days within 75 days of delivery of the device. The device must be active in the same field as the device on which the device was purchased. Activation must be for full service (ie activation not only applies to SIM card data).
This offer will be available to new Google Fi customers at 12:00 noon on 11/28/18, as well as Google Fi customers active and current. When customers first search Google Fi, they must submit their personal Google Fi number during registration. The transfer number must be current and active in previous operators and customers since 28.08.18 12:00 HN.
After the requirement is met, the customer will receive an email from GoogleFi (about 75 to 90 days after activation) with instructions on how to receive Tango gift cards for Tango. Users can change gift card packages with certain travel partners: Airbnb, Delta Airlines, Hotels.com, and Southwest Airlines. Gift Cards may be subject to travel partner terms and conditions.
If the Fi Service is suspended for more than 7 days or canceled within 120 days of activation, the Card Gift amount will be charged to your Google Payments account equal to the price of the purchased device. Limit everyone. This offer is only for the United States. The population is 18+ and requires a Google Payments and Google Fi account. Unless otherwise specified, this offer should not be included in other offers. Exchange gifts and gift cards are non-transferable and are not used for cash or cash equivalents. No place is prohibited.
The truth will come from his own journey abroad. Through the partnership with operators in more than 170 countries, the same use of US $ 10 per GB data usage is also internationally used. Call costs 20 cents per minute, which is quite expensive, but there are still alternatives like Skype or WhatsApp. T-Mobile has the same and unlimited international data plan, where you do not pay every gigabyte, but switch to 2G speed. At least on Google Fi, you can enjoy LTE speed in other countries without having to pay more than usual.
Another important advantage is that you can only transfer SIM data to other devices, such as tablets, even if they fall within the 6 GB collective data limit. Not at all from Fi, I can cancel my call without having to make a call – I can do it through the app or online.
Of course, Fi is not for everyone, especially if you often use a lot of data. And as I said earlier, using iPhone does not always be the best option for operators, although visual voicemails cannot be a problem solver for some users. The lack of international relations is a serious recession in my mind because sometimes I hope I want it when I go abroad. In addition, Fi does not support sharing of numbers, which means you cannot pair it with your LTE smartwatch, for example.
Despite all orders, Fi appears to have been set up to maintain a niche option even after it was introduced to another phone. That said, it does not always be a bad thing. MVNO should finally do this: offer an alternative to the Big Four. Fi does not want to change the game, Google wants to go back in 2015, but has no loyal followers.