Google Fi is a different kind of phone plan with simpler pricing and smarter coverage. Pay only for the data you use or go unlimited. You can set up Fi from the comfort of your home, without activation fees or contracts.
All plans come with great coverage, privacy and security features, and family features.
Stay safe with privacy and security features included:
• Built-in VPN keeps your online connection private and protects you from hackers
• Spam blocking stops unwanted calls from robocallers and scammers
Keep your family safer and build healthy digital habits with family features included:
• If your child has a supported phone, only allow trusted contacts to call and text them
• Create data budgets to decide how much data your child can use before it’s slowed down
• Share your real-time location with family members when you’re on the go, right from the Fi app
You can use this app to:
• Activate your service
• Add people to your plan
• Switch plans
• Check your data usage
• Get in touch with support 24/7
Note: You'll need to sign up for Google Fi before you can use the app. Fi is only available to U.S. residents, and isn't intended for extended international use.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great service, depending on...
I haven’t had any problems with Google Fi, I actually have service in more areas than when I was using AT&T but it really seems to come down to where you’re living and what kind of phone do you have. I ended up buying a Pixel and absolutely love it, I’ve already talked my family into also switching to Fi and getting Pixels it’s been great. They were paying almost $200 for 2 Samsung phones (that weren’t being financed) they barely use at US Cellular, now it’s $30-40 for both of them.
I do recommend for the full experience of Fi to just buy in, although they have been making changes and allowing more iOS stuff it’s definitely lacking when compared to a phone that’s “designed for Fi” vs just “compatible” but I believe it’s still a great service just make sure you have that in mind you won’t have bells & whistles.
A 5G phone obviously will get you further as well, also researching on the support forum or reddit helps a lot.
Google Fi lagging in data plan intelligence
Why is it that I need to have 3 different sims in order to get 66gig of monthly data ( work from home)? In this highly intelligent cloud world the Google is a leader in why does my subscription have to be so difficult to manage and switch sims. T mobile is surpassing in offer. Who can offer a simple all-you-can eat plan regardless of per sim and no fake “unlimited data” statements. With to get 66 Gig of true unlimited data on a device I have to add a 3rd sim that needs a 3rd email if and phone and switch sims as I eat through 66 gbytes over a month. Billing flexibility is non existent on Fi . Why can I just order 3 chunks of 22gig “unlimited” plans . Or just round it up and let’s get back in the lead by doing 30gig unlimited plans and “ any way you want it” for all on 1 sim or shared over 2 sims or 3 sims or 4 sims. The differentiator here is in stepping up your game for “all you can eat” and “any way you want it” and call the plan what it really is useable to 22gig then no longer useable - don’t hide it under “unlimited” it’s makes you sound untrustworthy. So what’s it gonna be - do I stay on Fi or constantly churn on best plan of the month for true unlimited and not switch sims? If you make me switch sims then I mines eel switch providers too so I can get what I really need is 75gig unlimited data plan on shared over 3 sims for $150 per month. This is what I am in search for from a mobile provider .
It’s OK if you don’t ask for much
Google Fi has issues. Serious issues. For once, unless you live next to a T-Mobile tower you don’t get any signal. I live in Monrovia, CA, hardly a rural area, in fact, it’s a Metro LA area, and there are zero bars in my house. If I want to set my map before I jump on the highway I have to drive half a mile to do that. This is absurd as I’m literally 28 minutes from frigging LA. That wouldn’t be a problem if I could turn on WiFi calling, but that doesn’t work on iPhones and I guess it’s reserved for Google’s second rate phones. Ah! I thought, let me forward calls to a different number. Fail again. The app doesn’t let you do it, so I did on the website, but that didn’t do anything. It says it’s forwarding but it’s not. And don’t get me started on their incredibly slow voicemail system. They don’t use the regular iPhone voicemail. You either call it like this is 1989, or you can check this app, but it can’t possibly be slower. But again, if no other company is around and you live next to a T-Mobile tower (or US cellular, Ha, apparently) do get Google Fi. Otherwise, not even think about it.
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