When Google launched their Project Fi carrier service it was only available on an invite basis and now the company has announced that they are expanding the program and you can now join without and invite.
Anyone in the US can now sign up for Project Fi account, the service runs on the T-Mobile and Sprint networks in the US and it switches between the two to give you the best signal and connectivity.
The service costs $20 a month and then you pay an extra $10 a month for each 1GB of data you use, if you pay more than you use, then Google refunds what you haven’t used.
Google are offering a promotion on the Nexus 5 smartphone at the moment on Project Fi, you can get the handset for $199 when you sign up to the service, it normally retails for $350.
You can find out more details about Google’s Project Fi carrier service over at their website at the link below.
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