Project Fi Stories August 10

GOOG: 907.24


Project Fi, Google’s own mobile carrier, piggy backs on T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular networks to bring cheap data plans and an easy-to-use interface when dealing with data usage and bill payments. Its biggest downside, though, is the limited number of compatible phones.

Once several new phones are announced this fall, which device would you buy to use on Project Fi?

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Project Fi Stories July 25

GOOG: 950.70


Last December, Project Fi announced a referral program that netted referrers and new customers a $20 credit towards their monthly bill. The Google MVNO is now significantly expanding the program with a new Referral Challenge that adds prizes to the mix.

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

Project Fi Stories July 24

GOOG: 980.34


Project Fi providing ‘extra credits’ to offset unintended usage due to reporting issue

Project Fi’s phenomenal customer service (for a cellular carrier) was on display this past weekend over an issue with data usage reporting. Some users did not get an accurate idea of how much data they consumed during a one month period ending in mid-July. To remedy the problem, Google is awarding credits to cover any unattended usage…

Project Fi Stories July 3

GOOG: 898.70


Project Fi revealed last week that a mid-tier device was soon coming to Google’s MVNO service. In line with our previous reporting, the Moto X4 was quickly leaked as the phone in question. The latest rumors today offer new specs about the Lenovo device that contradict earlier ones.

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Project Fi Stories June 30

GOOG: 908.73


In an interesting tweet yesterday, Project Fi confirmed that a mid-tier phone coming later this year would support the Google MVNO service. Back in April, we reported on this and noted that the launch device in question could be a 2017 Moto X. VentureBeat is now corroborating this information and providing a more precise release date.

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Project Fi Stories June 29

GOOG: 917.79


Project Fi on Twitter made a very interesting announcement this morning when asked about cheaper devices for the MVNO: a “new Fi-compatible device”. Coming at a “mid-tier price,” the unknown device will be available later this year. Interestingly, this piece of news matches our previous reporting on the launch of a new Fi-compatible partner device with support for the Google network.

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