Mobile

Google Expands Project Fi Country Compatibility To 170

9 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Google has expanded Project Fi's country compatibility list to 170 different countries now, making its Fi wireless service reach further than ever before and making it extremely easy to use it while you travel, since you literally have to do nothing to make it work other than make sure your mobile network connectivity is on when you land and get to wherever you're going. In regards to the countries that are now included with Project Fi compatibility on top of the initial countries that were already compatible prior to today's announcement, it's now possible to use Fi service in Guam...
Read more ...

 

Google's Project Fi Get New Perks for Travelers

Google's Project Fi Get New Perks for Travelers

9 days ago   |   By PCMag

The service now includes data coverage in 170 countries and territories.
Read more ...

 

Project Fi new global roaming rules kill wild data bills

Project Fi new global roaming rules kill wild data bills

9 days ago   |   By SlashGear

International phone service is generally something no one wants to talk about. International roaming charges at the big four US carriers can wind up being ridiculously expensive if you don't monitor your usage closely, and it isn't uncommon for folks to come back to phone bills that are much more expensive than what they're accustomed to paying. Google's Project Fi,...
Read more ...

 

Google's Project Fi expands international coverage to 170 countries

9 days ago   |   By ZDnet

The company's carrier project continues to gain features, the latest of which is better international service and helpful alerts.
Read more ...

 

Google's Project Fi now offers data coverage in 170 countries

Google's Project Fi now offers data coverage in 170 countries

9 days ago   |   By TechCrunch

Project Fi, Google's multi-network cell service, now provides you with data coverage in 170 countries.
That's up from the 135 countries the company has long offered service in. New countries where service is now available include the likes of Belize and Myanmar.
The good thing here is that Project Fi still doesn't charge you extra for your data usage in these countries.
Read more ...

 

Google expands Project Fi roaming features to 170 countries

Google expands Project Fi roaming features to 170 countries

9 days ago   |   By Digital Trends

Google's Project Fi already offered the same data rate and unlimited texting for travelers in 135 countries, but now Google is expanding that to a hefty 170. Project Fi will also now find travel information from Gmail.
Read more ...

 

Project Fi grows international coverage to 170 countries

Project Fi grows international coverage to 170 countries

9 days ago   |   By PhoneDog

Project Fi has long offered international usage in more than 100 countries without roaming fees, but today Google's wireless service is getting even better when it comes to international usage.
Google says that Project Fi now has coverage in even more countries. The list of newly-covered countries includes Algeria, Belize, Morocco, Guam, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Uganda, and many more.
Google is also rolling out a new Project Fi feature that'll make prepping for your international travel a bit easier. Project Fi can now send you a notification in the Project Fi app to let you know...
Read more ...

 

Project Fi Adds More Roaming Coverage and Travel Alerts

Project Fi Adds More Roaming Coverage and Travel Alerts

10 days ago   |   By Phone Scoop

Google's Project Fi today expanded the number of countries in which subscribers can roam. Project Fi was already available in 135 countries, and now subscribers can visit any of 170 countries and access their Project Fi service. Project Fi provides no-cost roaming, meaning customers are charged the same rates abroad as they are at home, including free texts, $0.20-per-minute calls, and $10-per-gigabyte data. Project Fi will now also alert subscribers to roaming services available on upcoming trips. The service will scan users' email for flights and/or itineraries and let them know if they...
Read more ...

 

Google's Project Fi now covers 170 countries with international data

Google's Project Fi now covers 170 countries with international data

10 days ago   |   By Engadget

Project Fi's same-as-at-home international data is now decidedly more useful - including before you've even left. The Google-run carrier has expanded its travel coverage from "over 135" countries to 170, including nations like Belize, Monaco, Nigeri...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Mobile      Google      Android News      Google fi      Phone      Archive      Carrier      Google      Project Fi      Wireless      TC      Project fi      Technology      Wireless networking      Wi-fi      Android Army      Roaming      Android      Gear      Mobile      Projectfi      Sprint      T-mobile      Wireless  


Huawei launches a Surface rival and two-and-a-half tablets

Huawei launches a Surface rival and two-and-a-half tablets

The Matebook X Pro and Mediapad M5 kick off MWC 2018 Read more ...

Huawei unveils trio of tablets: MediaPad M5 8.4-inch, 10.8-inch and Pro

Huawei unveils trio of tablets: MediaPad M5 8.4-inch, 10.8-inch and Pro

It's been rather quiet on the Android tablets front of late. Which is perhaps no surprise, given that even Apple's iPad range is seeing an overall decline in sales. No biggie... Read more ...

ZTE launches the Blade V9 and Blade V9 Vita: budget-friendly wide screens...

ZTE launches the Blade V9 and Blade V9 Vita: budget-friendly wide screens, dual cameras

ZTE is well-known for offering bargain devices - from the most powerful flagships to its entry-level phones, we usually expect to see a bang-for-the-buck ratio between hardware... Read more ...

Huawei mocks Samsung ahead of Galaxy S9 launch

Huawei mocks Samsung ahead of Galaxy S9 launch

Companies often try various ways of getting to their customers, including taking a jab at competitors. Just in time for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9, the Arabian... Read more ...

ZTE's Tempo Go Will Be Its First Android Go Phone for the US

ZTE's Tempo Go Will Be Its First Android Go Phone for the US

ZTE today announced the Tempo Go, a version of the Tempo X that adopts the Android Go platform. Android Go is Google's slimmed-down version of Android for ultra low-cost... Read more ...

OnePlus 5, 5T can stream HD video if you mail it in

OnePlus 5, 5T can stream HD video if you mail it in

For all the praise surrounding last year's OnePlus 5 and the newer OnePlus 5T, the phones have been missing one important feature, a surprise considering how they're billed as... Read more ...

LG's V30S ThinQ has last-generation speed and next-generation smarts

LG's V30S ThinQ has last-generation speed and next-generation smarts

LG is starting to think different about phone releases. If you were hoping for a new LG flagship phone at Mobile World Congress, you got your wish. Well, sort of. Instead of... Read more ...

Huawei MediaPad M5 Hands-on Review

Huawei MediaPad M5 Hands-on Review

Huawei has announced three new tablets in its MediaPad range. Differentiated by screen size and some subtle feature changes, we've been trying out the new MediaPad M5 tablets... Read more ...

Watch live as Nokia unveils its first new Android phones of the year at MWC 2018

Watch live as Nokia unveils its first new Android phones of the year at MWC 2018

It's Sunday in Barcelona, Spain, which means Mobile World Congress 2018 has already begun. Well, the Congress itself doesn't open until Monday morning, but many of the biggest... Read more ...

ZTE will deliver the first Android Oreo handset for the U.S. market in March

ZTE will deliver the first Android Oreo handset for the U.S. market in March

Things have been mostly quiet on the Android Go front since Google announced the low-power mobile operating system back in May - aside, of course, from an unexpected name... Read more ...