Thursday, April 23, 2015

Google Launches Its Own Wireless Service, Project Fi

As rumored for months, Google has just announced plans to offer its own wireless cellular service.
Here’s what we know so far:
It’s called “Project Fi” It’s for Nexus 6 owners only, at first.
It’s invite only right now. You can sign up for an invite here. It’s built on top of Sprint and T-Mobile’s networks Subscribers pay $20 for unlimited talk/text, and then pay $10 per gig of data. So a 3GB plan would be $30 on top of that $20, coming out to a total of $50.

You only pay for what you use, but in sort of a strange way: if you pay for 3GB of data per month ($30) but only use 1.5GB, you’ll get $15 back at the end of the month.
WiFi Tethering is included


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