The company Google today can change the name of the network virtual own Project Fi Google Fi to take out this service from a pilot case to case official. Furthermore, the company also announced that the network is virtual affiliate supports iPhone and most Android devices.
However, you should take into account that while you can use your phone in the Google Network Fi, in order to take full advantage of the functions of the service, we still need to use a small number of Android devices offered by the service directly, or so it was in the past.
This means that the intelligent switch between the networks of telecom such as T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular, and WiFi in the USA will not work on iPhone or any Android device is being sold through Google Fi. You also won’t get the advantage of making calls via WiFi, and it seems that if you use your own device on the network, Google Fi, you will use the network of T-Mobile only in the United States of America. So it is always recommended to verify the coverage in your area before moving to Google Fi.
Must have Android phone running Nougat or higher version, while you need to iPhone to be running iOS 11 or higher version. Before concluding, We would like to point out that the company Google had in February of this year launched the Google Network Fi virtual in more and more countries to the list now to 170 countries. The good news is that there will be no change in price, customers will be able to pay$ 10 per GB of data that’s already what they do with the use of unlimited text messages SMS. Will be able users to make phone calls to United States from countries subsidized vs. 0.20 $ per minute.
Some of the new countries supported by Google Fi now include Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Tunisia, Jordan, Georgia, and Laos, as well as many other countries. The full list is always available on the website of Google Fi official.
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