This week, the new project of Google Fi mobile service is likely to report a huge expansion of the compatible smartphones. The project Fi is expected to act as a major support for iPhone and OnePlus, as stated by Droid Life that has reported on a since-removed article at the BGR. The high number of handsets from the existing Fi partners, including Motorola and LG are likely to gain the Fi support. The experience of iPhone is actually ‘in beta,’ that is actually a sign that the users may run into the bugs or even left without some of the features of Fi.
The Google Fi is actually a Google-backed MVNO, which further combines that combines the network coverage from Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular. The service is quite appealing in terms with its straightforward pricing, which are unlimited texts and calls around $20 per month and the mobile data is around $10 per gigabyte until the user reaches 6GB.
The lineup of the ‘Fi-ready’ compatible phones, among those that Google says that they have been fully optimized for the network, which is fairly short. At present, Google is selling the LG G7, LG V35, Moto X4, Moto G6, Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL, and Pixel 2XL directly through its new project Fi website. As per the report, Google is currently about expanding their support and they officially allow some more devices into Fi. The Fi-friendly phone are still going to provide the best overall user experience for the subscribers. Earlier this month, Google has launched a new feature, which has allowed the Google Fi customers to line their LTE connection making use of a secure VPN that is operated by Google.