Google Fi wireless network service now available for iPhone

HypeBeast's Isaac Rouse is reporting that:   Google‘s virtual mobile network operator service has broadened its selection of devices to include a “majority of Android devices” and iPhones from its arch-competitor AppleFormerly known as Project Fi, Google Fi utilizes several cellular networks instead of one, depending on which has the better service given your location. It mostly favors Wi-Fi for calls and texts whenever possible. The pricing is enticingly cheaper than bigger carriers, as it currently offers unlimited calling and texting for $20 USD and $10 USD per gigabyte of data. Users get money back for any data gone unused, although Google will begin to throttle services once phones hit 15 GB and up. Previously only scarcely available for certain phones, like Motorola and Google’s Pixel line, the service has now widened to include all iPhones running iOS 11 and newer SamsungLG, Moto and OnePlus phones running Android 7.0 and up. However, iPhone service is still in beta, which means bugs abound and certain features won’t be available on day one. For example, visual voicemails won’t be accessible...
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HypeBeast's Isaac Rouse is reporting that:

Google‘s virtual mobile network operator service has broadened its selection of devices to include a “majority of Android devices” and iPhones from its arch-competitor Apple. Formerly known as Project Fi, Google Fi utilizes several cellular networks instead of one, depending on which has the better service given your location. It mostly favors Wi-Fi for calls and texts whenever possible. The pricing is enticingly cheaper than bigger carriers, as it currently offers unlimited calling and texting for $20 USD and $10 USD per gigabyte of data. Users get money back for any data gone unused, although Google will begin to throttle services once phones hit 15 GB and up. Previously only scarcely available for certain phones, like Motorola and Google’s Pixel line, the service has now widened to include all iPhones running iOS 11 and newer Samsung, LG, Moto and OnePlus phones running Android 7.0 and up. However, iPhone service is still in beta, which means bugs abound and certain features won’t be available on day one. For example, visual voicemails won’t be accessible...

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