If you're taking your Google Fi phone to any of these 33 countries, you'll be able to get on LTE for the same rates as you do at home!
Customers can now travel to over 210 destinations and use their T-Mobile phone and plan, though with some limitations. The new pass gives a bump in speeds.
Customers can improve that per-gigabyte rate by paying $120 for 3GB of data. That's on top of their month's bill. And don't start with the overages.
US and international unlocked Galaxy Note 8 units have supposedly had a go on the Geekbench platform and they bring up one interesting question.
In addition to freeing up LTE data in Canada and Mexico from its Unlimited Freedom accounts, Sprint has LTE roaming around the world — for a price.
Google Fi is an interesting thing. For the uninitiated, Google Fi (formerly…