What network does Fi use?

In the U.S., Fi uses a combination of T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular (so eventually just T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular, since Sprint and T-Mobile are in the process of becoming one and the same).

How much does Fi service cost?

Unlimited Plus plan prices 1 person: $65 ($65 total) 2 people: $55 per line ($110 total) 3 people: $45 per line ($135 total) 4 people: $40 per line ($160 total)

Is Google Fi safe?

Yes. All Fi plans come with protection against unwanted calls, robocalls and scams. You can turn on spam blocking in the “Privacy and security” settings page of the Fi app to stop suspected spam calls and robocalls. You can also choose to block specific numbers from calling and texting.

What is Fi network?

Google Fi (pronounced /faɪ/), formerly Project Fi, is an MVNO telecommunications service by Google that provides telephone calls, SMS, and mobile broadband using cellular networks and Wi-Fi. Google Fi uses networks operated by T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular. Google Fi is a service for US residents only, as of late 2019.

Can I cancel Google Fi anytime?

You can cancel your Google Fi service at any time. There are no termination fees. After you cancel, you can reactivate your Google Fi service at any time.

Do you get a phone number with Google Fi?

Yes, you can bring your current personal number with you to Google Fi or take it with you if you leave. Because some carriers do not allow you to take your number, we’ll check if you can transfer it when you sign up….Have questions. about Google Fi? We’ve got answers.

Plan size Data Maximum data cost
6 people 18 GB $275

Is Google Fi overpriced?

The short answer: yes—for people who only want to pay for the data they use. But for others, Google Fi can easily end up being more expensive than it should be. Google Fi’s single plan gives you unlimited talk and text for a flat fee of $20 a month, plus $10 per GB of data you use in a month, which caps at $60 a month.

What are the pros and cons of Google Fi?

Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
International features Not the cheapest pay-by-the-gig plan
Flexibility to only pay for what you use Limited “designed for Fi” phone selection
High-speed data

Does Google Fi require a SIM card?

Setting up your device. Next, Google Fi requires a special SIM card. You can either buy a new phone with this SIM card when you sign up for Fi, or Google will ship you a free SIM card to put in your existing phone and activate.

What are the disadvantages of Google Fi?

The 3 Big Drawbacks To Using Google Project Fi

  • Limited Coverage Area. This network does not include Verizon or AT data.
  • International Roaming Costs / Limited Data Speed. Google suggests you’ll be paying “the same rate for data around the world”, including 120+ countries at $10 per 1GB.
  • Nexus 6 Only.

Is it worth switching from Verizon to Google Fi?

There are several reasons to switch cell phone carriers. If you’re unsatisfied with Verizon’s coverage, Google Fi might have better service in your area. Since, Google Fi uses multiple nationwide networks, it’s likely you get better coverage locally! Cost is often another reason behind making the switch.