For a phone that originally started out pretty heavy for price, this Motorola mid-ranger has finally had its storage upgraded for the Google carrier.
Customers with the Google carrier can get either a $250 service credit or a straight-up $300 savings with the purchase of a new phone.
New deals on Project Fi for the Google Pixel 2 XL and other devices that include this year's LG G7 ThinQ and the LG V35 ThinQ
This may be a little disappointing to those who took advantage of a $100 credit gain just a couple of weeks ago, but this is something to jump onto.
The $100 goes to more than a month's worth of service on the Google carrier, but if you're thinking the prices on these phones are steep, there are options.
Project Fi is now allowing kids to hop into their parents' accounts while parents keep tabs on their app and data usage through the Family Link app.
There's probably a Snapdragon 1000 on the way and you might want to stick around and see where it will appear. Also, the Pixel 3 will be made by Google... for reals... sorta.
Google's carrier finally swings a few more phones that aren't of its own make. They join last year's Android One Moto X4.
Say 'sayonara' to the first-gen Pixel, at least from where Google stands with its retail presence. But there are a couple of places here or there if you want to grab one.
The phone runs on stock Android thanks to its Android One badge and is the most affordable device on the network. It's even more affordable now.
Google is billing this deal as getting a month's worth of service on the house, but click through to learn what that all entails.
That's an addition of at least 30 territories to the list. Project Fi subscribers are also able to get notified of upcoming travel support.
Google is in a bit of a legal pickle due to alleged violations of competition and advertising laws with Project Fi, as well as well-documented microphone flaws on first-gen Pixel phones.
Google's carrier project is hitting off Valentine's Day with a couple of sweetheart deals for those inclined to getting a new phone and new service this year.
If you're the unlucky owner of a faulty Project Fi Nexus 5X... with device protection, you're suddenly in luck, as Google will give you a Moto X4 to replace your old phone.
On this week's show: a smartphone-laptop hybrid from Razer could come to market as a show of the company's newfound dedication to mobile. Plus, is LG going to be releasing a phone this year?
If you can live with throttling after 15GB of usage in a month, Google's MVNO isn't providing too bad of a deal here. Individuals will only be charged for the first 6GB on a prorated basis.
Google's Project Fi announced that the over-the-air update is now being distributed in waves and in time for the end of the year.
And customers are getting it from a yeti that cares. The Google MVNO has released a companion mini-game for people to enjoy with the free Wi-Fi.
And if you're getting a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, you can grab a Google Home Mini for free along with those savings. Sounds familiar? It is.
The Google carrier is giving away Chromecasts and Moto X4 devices this holiday season and is also donating to storm relief.
The Moto X4 was supposed to start shipping on October 5, but some issues have nixed that date for eager Project Fi subscribers.
HTC transfers some key smartphone units to Google in exchange for a bit of cash. We dissect the deal and cruise through a Tough Spot this week on our show!