Google’s Project Fi mobile network is now open in the US for everyone.
Google’s Project Fi is the cellular service providing project to Phones. The project is start everyone in the US for providing fast and reliable service. Project Fi is basically a virtual Mobile network so that user can open pen Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular networks belonging to Sprint and T-Mobile to provide voice, text, and data services to users.
For accessing this facility a software is to install on the mobile phone that automatically connects the phone to open Wifi networks to help limit your mobile data usage, and when it does so also routes your traffic through a Google VPN for safety and connection stability.
User have to pay $20 a month up front for unlimited domestic talk and text and unlimited international texts and an additional $10 a month for every GB of data they want to use. However, at the end of the month, any unused data gets credited back to their account.
Project Fi is available only on Nexus 5X smartphone only. While some tablets like the iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S can use the data-only portion of the service. Arscott says Google will offer the Nexus 5X next month for only $199 when you buy and activate the phone through Project Fi. At launch Project Fi requires an invite, but Google intends to open up the service to everyone eventually.