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Project Fi Opens Pre-Orders For LG G7 And V35

06/20/2018, Google’s Project Fi wireless service now offers customers looking to switch more flagship device options. They were previously limited to Google’s Pixel smartphones but starting today, customers on Project Fi or those who are looking to switch...

Google Adds LG G7, V35, And Moto G6 To Project Fi Lineup

05/31/2018, Google will soon offer Project Fi users more choice of devices that they opt for when they jump on its wireless service. It’s adding the latest flagship smartphones from LG to the lineup as well as the Moto G6. Customers’ options were...

Project Fi Expands International Data Coverage To 170 Countries

02/15/2018, Google’s multi-network cell service Project Fi will now offer users international data coverage in more countries across the globe. It previously allowed users to access the service in 135 countries and it how now added more to the list, taking the...


Moto X4 With Android One Replacing Nexus 5X On Project Fi

01/22/2018, Last year it was reported that Google had stopped replacing Nexus 5X units on Project Fi. This means that users who had a damaged unit and wanted to replace it were no longer able to do so. Instead it seems that affected users were simply given $100 in...

Project Fi Gets Unlimited Data With Bill Protection

01/17/2018, Google’s Project Fi has been a great alternative for those who don’t need a lot of mobile data and want to save money on their phone bill. Google is retaining that quality of Project Fi but it’s now trying to offer the best of both...

Nexus 5X No Longer Replaced Under Project Fi’s Device Protection

12/03/2017, Just like AppleCare+ which offers added warranty for the iPhone, Google also offered its customers a similar protection called Nexus Protect for its Nexus devices, or if you purchase it through Project Fi, it’s called Device Protection. However it seems...

Project Fi’s Moto X4 Delayed Until Later This Month

10/11/2017, Towards the end of September, Motorola unveiled the Android One Moto X4 handset which will also be launched on Google’s Project Fi carrier network. Upon announcing the handset, it was available for pre-order and was supposed to begin shipping out to...

Google’s Project Fi Accidentally Notifies Users Of Throttling

10/03/2017, Quite a few carriers these days offer their users unlimited data plans, although in reality these unlimited plans usually come with a soft cap in which if users cross over, their speeds will be throttled. However for the most part these caps are quite...

Google Could Have A Trade-In Program For Project Fi

09/20/2017, Carriers have long offered their customers trade-in programs where users after a certain amount of time, customers have the option of swapping out their older phone for a newer device, which is one of the ways to encourage customers to keep using the...

Android One Moto X4 Officially Launched

09/20/2017, It was reported recently that an Android One version of the Moto X4 could be launched soon. The reports have turned out to be true. The Android One Moto X4 has been launched on Project Fi, Google’s prepaid carrier. Project Fi customers now have...

Moto X4 Rumored To Be Project FI’s Next Compatible Device

06/30/2017, When Project Fi was first launched, the most affordable handset that was supported on the network was the Nexus 5X, but given that the phone has since been listed as out of stock, this leaves customers with only the Pixel handsets, which isn’t exactly...

Mid-Tier Project Fi Handset Set For Launch Later This Year

06/29/2017, We know that Google has attempted to try and be its own carrier with the launch of Project Fi. However it seems that their efforts are pretty slow because not many devices support Project Fi at the moment, and the ones that do are pretty much all high-end...

Google Project Fi LTE Calls Being Tested

02/19/2017, Google’s Project Fi might be a good option for those who don’t want to be stuck with a conventional carrier but they do have to trade the very crisp-sounding LTE voice calls that are possible on conventional mobile networks like T-Mobile....