Meet Google Fi, a different kind of phone plan with simpler pricing and smarter coverage. Pay only for the data you use, or go unlimited. No matter what, you always get great coverage and helpful features, including privacy and security features that protect your personal information, and family features that help your family stay safer on their phones and build healthy digital habits. You can join from home, without contracts or hidden fees.
Most Android and iOS devices work with Fi. Bring your number, or create a new one. Place the SIM card into a compatible phone and open the Google Fi app to finish your activation. Add someone new, pause your plan, or cancel - no ifs, ands, or hidden fees about it.
Unlimited Plans starting from $20/mo per line for 4+ lines
Simply Unlimited is our most affordable plan if you use lots of data. It includes high-speed data, calls and texts within the U.S, Canada & Mexico, and 5 GB of high-speed hotspot tethering.
Only pay for the data you use with the Flexible plan
If you use less data or lots of Wi-Fi, the Flexible plan can help you save. Only pay for the data you use, and get the same data & text rates while traveling abroad. You can also use your data on other compatible devices with data-only SIM cards.
Built for groups and families
Fi is designed for groups and families, with easy data management and built-in family protection features. Block contact from strangers, set data budgets, share your real-time location with family, and more.
A:AnswerYes, as long as you are the account owner of the present number and have credentials to authorize the transfer you can keep the existing number. Also, Google Fi will reimburse you for the cost of the sim if you buy it from best buy.
A:AnswerYou only buy the SIM card once. It does NOT provide phone service. All billing and payments are through your Google Fi account. To get phone service, you create an account with Google Fi. Transfer your current phone number, or get a new number, through your Google Fi account. You put the SIM card in your phone when you activate service, then Google Fi tells the SIM card what your phone number is and other info it needs for your phone to work. Google Fi will also give you a $10 credit on your bill, so you will get back most of the money for the cost for the SIM card.
A:Answerthe 3 are sprint, t-mobile, & US cellular
still not as good as verizon in my area (norfolk, va) but good enough
see here for coverage:
and use this referral for $20 off:
A:AnswerThis is a great option for your travels. I went from Washington, DC to Paris, France (with a day trip to London) for 2 weeks with my unlocked S8. Service was perfect. As soon as you put the card in it will register. It will ask you to restart your phone then it is working. Just be aware of the $/minute for the United States. I THINK for the US it is a flat $20 a month (no per minute rate). You can always cancel the service once you return and whatever days you didn't use will be credited on your bill. Hope this helps and happy travels!