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 previously limited to Pixel and Nexus devices and the Moto X4. The latest additions to the lineup will certainly entice more people who were considering moving to Project Fi to finally do it.

Project Fi is a specialized wireless service that Google primarily developed for its own smartphones. It’s an MVNO which means that Google doesn’t own the network users connects to, it only leases time from carriers, which in Project Fi’s case are T-Mobile and Sprint.

LG unveiled the V35 yesterday and while it was initially believed to be exclusive to AT&T in the United States, that’s not going to be the case because it will be available to Project Fi customers as well. It’s going to be available for $900.

The recently launched LG G7 will be available to Project Fi customers as well. The Moto G6 will be available too, it can now be pre-ordered through the Project Fi website for $199. Customers will be able to order the G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ from LG next month and will receive a $50 Fi service credit for each pre-order.

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