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 will be able to get the LG G7 and the LG V35 on the service. It was first confirmed late last month that both of these devices will be added to the lineup soon.

Google’s Project Fi has now started taking pre-orders for the LG G7 and the LG V35. There’s really no difference in the prices of these handsets compared to elsewhere, the LG G7 and LG V35 cost $749 and $899 on Project Fi respectively.

However, customers do get an incentive for purchase either of the two devices on the wireless service. They will receive a $100 Fi bill credit if they purchase a G7 or V35 before July 7th.

There’s nothing different about the handsets themselves that are running on Project Fi compared to one that customers can buy from a major carrier. They are just compatible with Google’s multi-network service which the company initially developed for its own smartphones. Google doesn’t own the networks that users connect to as it’s leasing time from carriers which include T-Mobile and Sprint.

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