The American transnational Google on Wednesday announced expansioncell phone and Google Fi data service, known as The Fi project, which includes iPhones and most of the brands that work with Android.
In Google's blog entry, Google said that this service, which is considerably cheaper than conventional cellular network hoppers, is available today for Samsung, LG, Moto, and OnePlus.
IPhone version, the most surprising of all rivalry maintained by Apple based in Mountain View (California, USA), is available in beta.
Google Fi is an alternative to traditional calls and data plans that, instead of always working through a single provider, capture the network that offers the best signal all the time.
This service is available from 2015 for US users. at a much lower price than classical plans ($ 20 a month for calls and news and 10 for data), but so far limited to a very small number of devices, including Google Pixel.
Networks that capture Google Fi are networks of Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular service providers, in addition to connecting to Wi-Fi signals whenever possible.
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