Reportedly, Google project Fi will going to be expanded by the addition of compatible smartphones this week. The project will add support for Samsung, OnePlus, and iPhones, according toDroid Life, that reported on an article at BGR. Other devices from existing Fi partners LG and Motorola will also gain Fi support.
The support for iPhone is in Beta because the users might be caught up bugs or left without some of Fi’s features. Google project Fi apparently is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) means the company didn’t own and operate its own network of towers. Furthermore, Google-backed MVNO which provides access to three different networks with a single subscription T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular.
Mainly your phone catches up to whatever signal is strong in your current location, this set up will improve coverage but at the same time makes it difficult for the new phones.
The service gives us much in this price like unlimited calls and texts are $20 per month, and mobile data is $10 per gigabyte until you reach 6GB. After the 6Gb it is free but when users cross 15GB the speed gets slower. Google says that the lineup of “Fi-ready” compatible phones to be optimized with the network is relatively short. Currently, Google is selling online the Pixel 3, 3 XL, 2 XL, LG G7, LG V35, Moto G6, and Moto X4 mainly through its Project Fi website.
The company is also planning to widen the support and add more devices in the future, and those Fi friendly phones will offer the subscribers a best overall experience, as per the report. It is not clear yet what does the company means but shortly Google will make an announcement regarding their Fi project. Moreover, at the start of this year, Google announced a feature that helps Fi customers to pipe their LTE connection through a secure, Google-operated VPN.