Google Fi Now Available Nationwide

Google’s Project Fi, which relies on Wi-Fi with cellular backup from the Sprint and T-Mobile U.S. networks, is now available nationwide as a pay-as-you-go mobile service.
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MOUNTAIN VIEW�Google�s Project Fi, which relies on Wi-Fi with cellular backup from the Sprint and T-Mobile U.S. networks, is now available nationwide as a pay-as-you-go mobile service.� Initially it was available by invitation only.

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The big wireless carriers are keeping a close eye on Google, and many �breathed a sigh of relief� when the company declined to register as a bidder in the upcoming 600 MHz spectrum auction. �For now Google appears content to operate as a mobile virtual network operator with a heavy reliance on Wi-Fi,� according torcrwireless.com.

The network�s �flagship� smartphone is the LG Nexus 5X, a 5.2-inch, Android 6.0 LTE smartphone designed around Qualcomm�s Snapdragon 808 chipset.

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