Google Project Fi

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Google Project Fi is an MVNO that operates on the Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and networks. Service is also available over Wi-Fi.  Plans can be purchased online. Network speeds are equivalent to the parent network’s.

Cell Phone Plans

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Project Fi Basic

Special Features: Data roaming and texting available in over 135 countries, Data speeds 3G 256 kbps outside of USA, Extra data available at cost of $10/GB, Group discounts available, International Calls cost extra, rates vary, Phone automatically switches between Wi-Fi, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Sprint for calls and texts, Unused data refunded at end of month
Mobile Hotspot: Yes
unlimited unlimited 1 GB


Google Project Fi News

News and Promotions

BestMVNO 2016 Award Winners

First Annual BestMVNO Awards

With 2015 now in the rear-view mirror it's time to reflect back on the year as it pertained to the world of MVNO's and no contract cellphone plan providers. Welcome to the first annual
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Google’s Project Fi To Offer Data Only Plans

Google today announced that they will be providing Project Fi (perhaps it's time to change the name of this service to something better Google?) with support for data-only devices.  With the update, Project Fi...
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Signing up for Google’s Project Fi will Severely Hinder the Functionality of Google Voice

  Invitations for Google's Project Fi wireless service have started going out to some of the people that have requested one.  With the invitations have come a few unpleasant surprises. The first unpleasant surprise has to...
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Google’s MVNO Officially Announced, Dubbed Project Fi

Today is the day many if you have been waiting for as Google officially announced the details and launching of its MVNO service which it has dubbed "Project Fi." It turns out many of the...
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Google to Offer Mobile Phone Service as an MVNO

         Google reportedly is trying to shake up the MVNO and mobile phone world by soon becoming an MVNO itself.  I would have to imagine how they accomplish this would be...