WHAT IS GOOGLE PROJECT “FI”?


Project Fi is reportedly a new wireless service that Google will launch to offer mobile service directly to users. Google enters the wireless service with this project “fi”. The company’s new Fi service offers low-cost wireless plans that send most of their traffic over Wi-Fi networks. With that type of connection, the service makes a connection with the Sprint or T-Mobile network. Whichever happens to be stronger in a given location. Other companies including FreedomPop and Republic Wireless use the same model, with both of those carriers having deals with Sprint for when Wi-Fi isn’t available.

So the actual advantage of having “fi” working is that it automatically connects to the network which is stronger. Also it can jump from a wifi network to a 4G network of Sprint or T-Mobile if that network is stronger. The company says this works only for Nexus 6 for now.

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Learn more about Project fi here in the video below.

So what might be the cost of that? Well let’s see

Our plan starts with the Fi Basics for $20 per month. This includes:

  • Unlimited domestic talk and text
  • Unlimited international texts
  • Low-cost international calls
  • Wi-Fi tethering
  • Coverage in 120+ countries

Then it’s $10 per GB for data. $10 for 1GB, $20 for 2GB, $30 for 3GB and so on. That’s it. With no annual contract required.

The Fi Basics 20$, 30$ and 50$ per month.

So,what’s your perspective on this? Did you like this? Let me know in the comments section.
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