Between February 15 and February 28, you can get a free $80 credit to use on Project Fi when buying a Pixel 2/2 XL through the Google Store. Google's marketing this promo as "a month of Project Fi", but that's only assuming you use 6GB or more of data during a month.
Google’s Project Fi has announced it is expanding its international coverage, making it now available in 170 countries and territories. Additionally, Project Fi will also now let you know if you’re covered for your next trip based upon international flight information from Gmail.
Google's smart replies have shown up in a few apps including Inbox (the original), Gmail, and Allo. Now, this handy feature has arrived in the Android Messages app. However, it's not for everyone. This is a feature for Project Fi subscribers only.
Google’s Project Fi has tweaked its plans to make the service more attractive to heavy data users. The MVNO has launched a new feature called Bill Protection that will cap your $10 per GB data bill at $60 a month, while still allowing you to use as much data as you want, essentially creating its...
Project Fi customer support is only offering those with defective Nexus 5X devices with Nexus Protect around $53 in store credit instead of a replacement device because Google has run out of them. The device is famously affected by LG's bootloop issue.
From now until November 30, if you decide to purchase the Android One Moto X4 from Project Fi, a service credit of $100 will be applied to your Fi account after the device has been activated. The credit is supposed to be put in place within 30 days of the Moto X4 shipping, and the phone must...
Google has announced the new Fi it Forward referral challenge for its Project Fi carrier service, where customers have a chance to win a new Moto X4 based on the number of people they refer to the new service.
Google is testing an opt-in data throttling feature for Project Fi users. The test affected current customers despite Google's intention to keep it in-house. Some customers even had their SIM cards deactivated as a result.
According to Google, they’ll give Fi customers up to $165 for select Nexus devices, but they’ll also toss in an extra $50 Fi credit if done by October 5 of this year. The rest of the terms can be found at this link (once it goes live).
Google is making two big jumps today, expanding its Android One program to the U.S. and also releasing the first non-Nexus or Pixel device on its self-operated Project Fi phone service. Both firsts come from a single device, the new Moto X4, which in this case gets the special naming convention...
Google is providing additional relief to Project Fi customers affected by Hurricane Harvey. They are giving a $20 credit to those affected by the Hurricane, which includes select areas of Texas and Louisiana.
Project Fi on Twitter responded to a customer interested in buying less expensive phones through the service. The company says to stay on the lookout for a mid-tier option from one of their partners later this year.
Until now, you had to have a Gmail account in order to sign up for Project Fi. But today the company announced that G Suite customers can sign up with Project Fi with their own G Suite accounts (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) account.