IPhone users can sign up through the new Google Fi app, which is now in beta.
Google announced it has renamed Project Fi to Google Fi. The service, now simply called Google Fi (it rhymes with "eye"), is finally available for iPhones and a lot more Android devices. But with Google Fi now widening its support, pretty much anyone who has bought a smartphone in the last two years should be able to take advantage of the service. So if you use 2GB of data, your phone bill will be $40.
The other thing that makes Fi special is the network it's based on - or, rather, networks.
We say "up until today" because with Google welcoming all these new phones to Fi, those rules are changing a bit.
Google notes that official "designed for Fi" devices will still have the best experience, such as the ability to "seamlessly switch between multiple cellular networks". Google's expanded device support will instead allow any normal phone to work on Google Fi as a purely T-Mobile device.
It's not a surprising compromise, given how Fi is set up, but it's disappointing one nonetheless.
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But the plan had one big downside: only a certain amount of phones were compatible: Google's Nexus and Pixel series, and a few other Androids. The same looks to be true here. Optimized phones can also use Google's built-in VPN, and intelligently drop Wi-Fi for cellular when the connection is weak.
Thankfully, no matter what phone you own, you still get Fi's other perks.
What's missing when you use an iPhone or non-Fi-certified handset, of course, is Fi's unique network switching. While it doesn't quite have the user numbers that the competition does, it's arguably a fairer and more straightforward service.
Fi plans in the U.S. offer unlimited domestic call and texts, plus texting internationally, for $20 monthly.
If you buy the 128GB Pixel 3 XL, you can mix-and-match individual gift cards for services like Delta Airlines, Airbnb, Southwest Airlines, and Hotels.com, equal to $999.