Google Fi is Google’s mobile carrier. It uses a combination of T-Mobile and US Cellular LTE and 5G networks, as well as Wi-Fi for coverage. You just need to use Fi with a smartphone that’s either “designed” for Fi or “compatible” with Fi. This can be an unlocked Android, Pixel, or even an iPhone. Google Fi is a US-only mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) by Google, meaning that it piggybacks off established mobile networks instead of building its own. It is apart of Google.
What features does Google Fi Offers?
Google Fi has some neat features that set it apart from other carriers. It has some additional features that make managing multi-line accounts easier. You can block calls and texts from strangers and set rules for digital activity. You can also make calls, send texts, and check your voicemails from your computer, even if your phone is turned off.
How to Sign in Google Fi ?
Set up a new device : Most popular phones are compatible with Fi. To use your own phone, follow the step-by-step guide.
- When you sign up, order a SIM card at no charge.
- Buy a SIM card at a retail store.
Use an eSIM with phones compatible with Fi:
- On your new phone, download the app.
- Sign in and follow the on-screen instructions.
Switch to a new device:
- To check if your new device works with Fi, follow the step-by-step guide.
What phones you can use Google Fi ?
It includes the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy A32 5G, Galaxy Note 20 and all Galaxy S21 models; available Motorola phones include the Motorola One 5G Ace, Moto G Power and Moto G Play.
How much does Google-Fi cost?
- There’s something called ‘Bill Protection’ and your data gets free for the remaining month.
- Once you use 15GB of data, your speeds get slowed down to KBPS.
- You can start paying $10 per GB to access high-speed data.
What are the benefits of Google Fi?
- Fixed prices that don’t change.
- Unlimited data and texts.
- Free calls and affordable calls to other destinations.
- Up to 35 GB of free unmetered data.
Does Google Fi work with any phone?
Other Android phones : Fi works on most phones, but we always recommend checking your phone’s compatibility before joining Fi. If your unlocked phone is compatible with T-Mobile’s 5G network, you’ll have access to 5G on Fi. It coverage is decent, but it’s not among the best coverage.