Get a new Google Pixel 3 or a Google Pixel 3 XL for $300 off at the Google Store right now
If you're looking to try Project Fi, now known as Google Fi, here are all the details on the phones you can buy or bring to the network.
Want to take your phone onto Google's wireless network? Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus, Nokia, Essential Phones and, yes, iPhones are now being accepted.
Google may officially adopt iPhones, Sony phones, Samsung Galaxy phones and even OnePlus phones soon with a huge network-side upgrade.
You can technically get two Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL smartphones for the price of one with service credit from Project Fi
Google's carrier is testing out putting VPN on all connections, be it through Wi-Fi or cellular. This should enhance privacy.
Google's wireless service may not be a project anymore, but when is the new logo coming out? It's seen right here in this greeting card.
There are great deals for the LG G7 ThinQ and the LG V35 ThinQ with Project Fi, that give you a nice discount plus service credit
It's Google's own phone, so you might want to consider using them with Google's own wireless carrier, too. And this deal should sweeten the jump.
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
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.
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.
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Google Fi is an interesting thing. For the uninitiated, Google Fi (formerly…