Google Fi is a phone plan designed with the latest Google technology. You can get unlimited data for one reliable monthly price, or pay only for the data you use. Both options come with unlimited calls & texts, international data in 200+ destinations at no extra charge, free 24/7 support, and no contracts.
If you’re signed up for Google Fi, you can use this app to:
• Activate your service
• Manage your account and settings
• Check your voicemail
• Check your data usage
• See your monthly bills
• Get in touch with support 24/7
Note: You'll need to sign up for Google Fi at fi.google.com before you can use the app.
In this release, we cleaned up a few bugs. Not quite Oscar-worthy, but nominated for Best Supporting Update.
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Great phone plan, finally on the iPhone
I’ve been using Fi almost since it came out. For the first 3 years, I did so with a Google Nexus 6P. Finally, it got too slow and difficult to use, so I switched back to an iPhone, where I continued to use Fi. Technically, it wasn’t supported, and there were a few quirks. But I would rather live with those quirks than switch back to any other major carrier, with all their confusing plans, caveats, and fine print, and technical support staff that often couldn’t offer much help.
I’m glad that Google Fi now supports the iPhone, so I can still enjoy the network and the experience, but now without the quirks.
Oh, and the app is great.
Not sure why I must have Google Fi App downloaded
on my iPhone 7 Plus, if the device is
1- incompatible with google 2- does not give me access to all the google fi settings that can be found on the web 3- nor allows me to adjust the settings.
I was well aware of my iPhones incompatibility with google fi, before I signed up. And in a seemingly lapse of judgement, that I figure stems from sporadic moments of being overzealous and frugal I choose google fi regardless of the serious pitfalls and shortcomings in network security, secure access to text messages and voicemail, and data. AND That’s not all folks, if you had and used a google voice/hangouts account, and choose to keep and transfer the same google voice/hangouts voip number to the google fi cellular, like I did then google fi support is just about rendered useless. On three separate occasions with support, twice via chat and once via phone- I was told by support that the now defunct google voice department is the only one who can change and or remove settings that might conflict with google fi settings. And that there is absolutely now way, at all to simply delete a google voice account, unlink google voice/hangouts from my google fi account, and change voice settings that I no longer have access too.
Terrible custom service
I have been with Google Fi for 2 years, since it was project Fi. I lost phone service on my Pixel 2 ten days ago after a system updat from Google and have reached out countless time to Google for support. During the first 2 days I did live chats where they gave me about 20 troubleshooting options that did not succeed. After this the told me it would be escalated to their specialist team and they would email me within 24-72 hours. A while to go without phone service but I could deal with it. 72 hours came and went with no email from Google fi. After email their support team again the asked me if because I had switched from my pixel to an iPhone that I wouldn’t need them anymore. I responded no, I still would like MY phone to work seeing as I am borrowing this one from somebody else. They told me they would get back to me again with 24-72 hours. That was four days ago and I have been emailing them once a day to get them to look at my case or at least let me know what is going on but it seems like they are ignoring me. Bottom line. Google Fi is only good when it’s working but if the slightest hiccup happens it’s a train wreck. Stay away unless you can afford to just buy a new phone when there’s break themselves.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.