Project Fi was launched on April 22, 2015 with the Nexus 6, the first device to support Google MVNO. All subsequent mobile phones from Nexus and Pixel have been involved in the mobile service. Designed for Fi devices from third-party OEMs launched in 2017. For the 4th anniversary, a Pixel 3 deal on the occasion of Fi's birthday will increase the price of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL by 50%. off.
At half price, this birthday deal brings the 64GB Pixel 3 to $ 399 (128GB: $ 449) and the 64GB Pixel 3 XL to $ 449 (128GB: $ 499). This is better than previous offers in January and February, where the phones were lowered by only $ 150.
The Pixel 3 deal by Fi-Birthday starts today and runs until midnight PST (April 22, 1
- Pixel 3 64GB is reduced from $ 799 to $ 399
- Pixel 3 128GB reduced from $ 899 to $ 449
- Pixel 3 XL 64GB is reduced from $ 899 to $ 449
- Pixel 3 XL 128GB from $ 999 to $ 499
A new release last November The "Project" prefix was deleted, with the service now only Google Fi. The MVNO relies on T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular. The service for domestic and foreign data costs only 10 US dollars per GB, with Google addressing in particular frequent travelers.
Fi offers an unlimited plan called Billing Protection (Billing Protection), which is automatically used when subscribers use more than 6 GB of data per month ($ 60) -checked data up to 15 GB available. Unlimited phoning and texting costs $ 20 per month. The RCS chat will be online earlier this year.
Designed for Fi phones such as the Pixel, the network switch can be fully exploited to provide the best possible coverage, such as a Google VPN available.
With November branding, Google has opened the service for most other Android and iOS devices. SIM cards can even be purchased in addition to Best Buy's online store. However, these users rely only on the T-Mobile network.
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