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Brendan Hesse Brendan Hesse Jul 12, 2019 at 16:01.

Enable Project Fi's New VPN to Hide Your Mobile Browsing

Enable Project Fi's New VPN to Hide Your Mobile Browsing

Google has recently upgraded its virtual private network (VPN) feature for Project Fi customers, allowing users the option to use a VPN for everything they do on Project Fi—wifi and cellular connections alike.

Google’s Android-only phone carrier piggybacks off Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Three’s cellular networks, and can also automatically connect to more than two million wifi...

Mike Epstein Mike Epstein Jul 12, 2019 at 06:49.

Should You Switch to Google Fi on the iPhone?

Should You Switch to Google Fi on the iPhone?

Earlier this week, Google announced that its cellular service provider division “Project Fi” has graduated from beta “project” to full-fledged product Google Fi. The name change is fine, but what’s really interesting and exciting about the whole thing is that, as part of the shift, Google Fi now officially supports the iPhone.

Back when it was “Project Fi”—two days ago—users could take their...

Whitson Gordon Whitson Gordon Nov 29, 2017. 12 comments

PSA: Using Google's Project Fi Gets Rid of Some Google Voice Features

PSA: Using Google's Project Fi Gets Rid of Some Google Voice Features

Google is now a cellphone carrier with the launch of Project Fi , and it carries over a few features from Google Voice. However, once you sign up for Project Fi, you lose a few Voice features, too.

Google Just Became a Cellphone Carrier with Project Fi

Today, Google announced that it is entering the mobile MVNO carrier field with a service called…

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Jacob Kleinman Jacob Kleinman Nov 22, 2017. 10 comments

How to Get a Free Chromecast or Smartphone from Google Through Project Fi

How to Get a Free Chromecast or Smartphone from Google Through Project Fi

It’s been a while since Google dropped the referral requirement for Project Fi , opening up its simple and cheap cell service plan to anyone—assuming you have the right smartphone. But for the next few weeks the company is pushing its customers to spread the word again, and offering some tech goodies in return.

You can take advantage of Project Fi’s holiday referral program to win a

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Patrick Lucas Austin Patrick Lucas Austin Oct 31, 2017. 3 comments

How to Set Up Google Project Fi on Your Pixel 2

How to Set Up Google Project Fi on Your Pixel 2

If you’re getting a Pixel 2 (or waiting for the bugs to get worked out in the Pixel 2 XL), you’re probably connecting it to your current wireless carrier as soon as it’s done charging. It’s pretty straightforward if you’re buying the phone from your carrier , but if you’re curious about switching providers, there’s already one in your new phone. You can activate Google Project Fi right from...

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Thorin Klosowski Thorin Klosowski Sep 04, 2017. 19 comments

Google's Project Fi Cell Phone Service Is Now Available Without an Invite

Google's Project Fi Cell Phone Service Is Now Available Without an Invite

Google’s cell phone service, Project Fi , is now available without an invitation. Anyone with a Nexus 6P, 5X, or 6 can sign up for a plan today.

Google Just Became a Cellphone Carrier with Project Fi

Today, Google announced that it is entering the mobile MVNO carrier field with a service called…

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All you need to do to sign up for Project Fi is head to the sign up page and log in with...

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Eric Ravenscraft Eric Ravenscraft Aug 19, 2017. 9 comments

Google Is Bringing Project Fi's Wi-Fi Assistant to All Nexus Users

Google Is Bringing Project Fi's Wi-Fi Assistant to All Nexus Users

Last year, Google became a cellphone carrier with Project Fi. One of Fi’s most distinguishing features was that it could automatically hop on trusted Wi-Fi networks to reduce your data load. Now, that feature is coming to all Nexus users.

Wi-Fi Assistant, as the feature’s called, can automatically detect when you’re near an open Wi-Fi network that’s trusted and automatically connect you, even...

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