Google is never short of ideas and most of the time; the tech giant is smart enough to surprise us. It’s tech gadgets like Home Hub, and Pixel Slate Chrome OS Tablet are all signature of perfection. Taking a look at the first three quarters of this year, Google did introduce a couple of tech gems in the market like the Pixel 3 smartphone, Chromecast, Daydream view, and Home Mini.
Apart from this, there is one more thing that most of you might be missing is the ‘Google Fi,’ which was earlier labeled as ‘Project Fi.’ Google Fi was first was launched on April 22, 2015, for the Nexus 6 and rest all is history. Let’s know more about it.
What is Google Fi?
Google Fi is a mobile virtual network operator by Google. The phone carrier service offers phone, messaging and data services using both Wi-Fi and cellular networks. There can be switch between Wi-Fi and cellular networks depending upon the network availability. The user can even use Wi-Fi to send texts and make calls whenever available.
Google Fi is currently supported by only three cellular network operators which are T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular.
With its mobile and data services, Google aims to simplified billing. Google Fi comes with the base pack of $20 that offers unlimited talk and texting. After the user hit the 6 GB cap of data usage, the flat rate of $10 per GB comes into play, and data charge is limited to $60 for the remaining period of the month.
If the data consumption is more than that, the user can go for the $80 billing cycle, which offers unlimited data for the month. But after the consumption of 15 GB data, the speed will be lowered to 256kbps, which can be fueled with an additional $10 GB for full-speed data.
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