Google’s Project Fi may be one of the best small carriers in the mobile space with rollover data, affordable unlimited calls and texts, call forwarding, and carrier support with T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular.
A few months ago, Google launched group plans for Project Fi. Today, the tech giant has introduced a feature for group plans called ‘Group Repay’, which allows each line member to pay for their own share of data usage.
We heard a rumor a few weeks back that Google was working on a ‘Group Plan’ option for customers using its Project Fi network. Now, the slice of news has become reality. ‘Group Plan’ is a new option for Fi customers allowing up to six people on the same plan.
Last year Google launched its MVNO called Project Fi, which offers Nexus owners phone and data services over Wi-Fi and cellular networks belonging to Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S Cellular. Project Fi offers users high-speed data in over 135 countries at no additional cost and allows one to switch between supported Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular networks without service interruption. Although the service is a groundbreaking step towards seamless multi-network connectivity, many users noted the lack of certain essential features such as the availability [Read More]
Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) have been around for a while now, but a handful of moves by competitors have demonstrated that the service really can be a viable low-cost alternative to the main group of cellular network providers.
Up until now, Project Fi customers have had the pleasure of paying for only what data they use up, even when traveling abroad. However, that data hasn’t always been up to speed, but now it is! And it costs no extra!
An update has been sent out to Google’s Project Fi application giving it support for U.S. Cellular. The update is live in the Play Store now.