Google Fi is a phone courier operated by Google. In the U.S., it gives you data service on three mobile networks (T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular), which your phone will intelligently switch between. It likewise utilizes Wi-Fi to make calls and send texts at whatever point accessible.
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What is Google Fi?
Google Fi is centered on streamlined billing. You pay $20 every month for unlimited talk and messaging, and a level pace of $10 per gigabyte of data utilized after that. In any event, until you hit 6GB ($60) of use for the month. Then you hit a level called "Bill Protection" — viably a boundless arrangement level for Fi.
When you've utilized 6GB of data in a month, your data charge is topped at $60 for the remainder of the month, yet you keep on getting data service. You can use as much data as you need for the month without paying over $80 total ($20 base + $60 data).
The main caution here is that once you hit 15GB of total data utilization, your rates are eased back to 256kbps — on the other hand, at the 15GB point you can begin paying $10 per G.B. again for full-speed data if necessary.
The immense advantage here is that you don't need to pay for an "unlimited" plan each month — it's essential if you use past 6GB of data.
Google Fi works with an exceptional SIM card — and a little software on your phone — that can confirm you on T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular, and switch between them on the fly dependent on an assortment of factors.
In expansion to the three conventional mobile networks, Google Fi additionally inclines intensely on Wi-Fi at whatever point conceivable, regardless of whether you're around a public network or not.
As you move around, your phone will utilize the "Wi-Fi networks" to continually look for and connect with open Wi-Fi networks, using a database of known high networks that can give a secure connection.
At whatever point your phone connects with Wi-Fi, the connection is steered through a VPN for your safety — and you won't see anything different in the phone experience, expect you are getting charged for mobile data.
What I like
- The low-cost Fi Basics package
- You get the facility of three mobile networks plus wifi in a single sim
- You don’t have to pay for an unlimited plan every month
What I don’t like
- Lack of an unlimited data option
- The service is only available to Nexus 6 users