Earlier today, a post has been posted prematurely disclosing that Google will open up its Project Fi network to some further devices initiating tomorrow. In reality, Google is officially scheduling to declare it tomorrow but it was reported earlier than they ere able to take down the original port.
The now deleted post says that Google’s Project Fi is going to enable you to bring phones from Samsung, Motorola, LG, OnePlus, and all the iPhones “in Beta”. Google gives reference that the complete Google Fi experience is not going to be offered for those phones that have not been designed for Fi. These phones (Moto X4, Pixel 3, 3XL, 2, 2XL, LG V35, LG G7 and Moto G6) are seamlessly able to change between Wi-Fi, US Cellular, T-Mobile, and Sprint towers in order to get a well-rounded coverage.
All of the phones are not 100% compatible with Fi, therefore, if you use an iPhone, then you are not going to get the quick Wi-Fi/LTE “enhanced” transition that is working with just the devices on Android Pie. Anyhow, even not having the Wi-Fi LTE hand-off, you are going to have rather good combined coverage from all the three LTE carriers and a great value for all of such people who don’t use very big amount of data on a personal plan.
Anyway, Google has not yet declared this, but it is scheduled for 10AM Pacific time.
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