Google’s MVNO service, once known as Project Fi, is now a full-fledged service called Google Fi and it’s compatible with iPhones. Does this signal it’s prime time for the simple, low-cost service?
Project Fi started in 2015 and has offered basic service with unlimited calls and text for just $20 per month and $10/GB thereafter, with the added bonus that the service cost the same all over the world. But one major drawback was that the service was only available on Google phones and a handful of Androids.
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Now, Project FI is all grown up, offering service across most Android devices and even the iPhone. The iPhone service is still in beta and requires a bit of negotiating to get it on iPhone, in addition voicemail is also a bit wonky at the moment, but it’s a good first step.