Google launches its mobile network Project Fi for US-based Nexus 6 users

Google launches Project Fi

Google launches Project FiGoogle’s own mobile network is now official. It will only be available to Nexus 6 users in US. This mobile network service is dubbed as Project Fi service.

Google confirmed that the service Project Fi will cost $20 a month for basic plan which include talk, text, Wi-Fi tethering and coverage in 120+ countries. Users will have to pay $10 per month for every 1GB of data you desire. Good thing is that if you do not use all your purchased data in a month, you will get the refund for unused data.

With this service, company claims to offer best network wherever you go. Google has partnered with Sprint and T-Mobile. Project Fi will automatically connect you with the network having best coverage at your place.

Project Fi service is currently invite-only. If you want to try, you can request here.

Source: Google Blog

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