Tag: project fi

6 of our favorite tech deals this week: Pixel 3 accessories, JBL audio gear, and more

Article Contents This past week was all about the Pixel 3, and if you’re anything like us, right now you’re looking to save money any which way you can in order to get your pre-order in for one of Google’s latest handsets. Of course, just because you’re putting together your Pixel 3 fund doesn’t mean […]

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[Deal Alert] Project Fi offering LG G7 for $549, V35 for $699 ($200 off), with free $150 service credit

LG phones probably haven’t been getting much love on Project Fi, especially with the introductions of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, so the Google MVNO has decided to spice things up a bit. Both LG flagships are now being offered for $200 off, bringing the G7 down to $549 and the V35 to […]

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Google Fi offers $20 credit to people affected by Hurricane Florence

Millions of people continue to struggle with flooding after Hurricane Florence wrecked havoc along the U.S. Eastern seaboard. During times of natural disasters, communication is critical to finding lost family members, contacting emergency personnel, and even locating basic necessities such as food and water. Often during these times, we see U.S. cellular carriers provide free […]

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Project Fi now lets you share credits with other group plan members

Those of you who have a Project Fi group plan might have been frustrated by finding that your promotional credits couldn’t be used to bring the cost of your overall bill down. Thankfully, that’s now changing as Google is letting users share credits with other group plan members. A verified Project Fi Googler took to […]

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[Update: Moto G6 promo returns] Project Fi will take $250 off a Pixel 2 XL, or $300 off an LG V35 and G7

Project Fi has been selling select devices at steep discounts lately. Last month, the carrier offered hundreds of dollars of service credit with the purchase of certain LG phones, or $200 off a Pixel 2 XL. Now there are two new deals, including a deeper price cut on the Pixel 2 XL and sales on […]

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Project Fi shutting down text forwarding on September 12

A sad bit news hit Project Fi users’ emails today. Google’s MVNO service is shutting down text forwarding on September 12. While I’m sure not everyone on the carrier uses this feature, I personally have relied on it since joining Fi.  Google notes that call forwarding to another number will continue to work, so there’s […]

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Project Fi begins three new promotions, including $200 off a Pixel 2 XL and up to $899 in credit with LG phones

Project Fi isn’t for everyone, but the carrier regularly offers great deals on phones. This time around, Fi has three promotions covering almost every phone it sells. You can receive up to $899 in service credit when buying an LG phone, get a Pixel 2 XL for $200 off, or get $50 in service credit […]

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[Deal Alert] Project Fi offering $300 service credit with purchase of LG G7 ThinQ or V35 ThinQ

Project Fi only recently let non-Google phones join the party. Today, Fi has announced that two of those phones now come with a pretty enticing incentive. Purchasing either the LG G7 ThinQ or the V35 ThinQ from the carrier will net you $300 in service credit. Depending on how much data you use each month, […]

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Project Fi’s LG G7 and LG V35 are up for preorder now

Two new Project Fi phones have gone up for preorder, with a pair of Android handsets from LG’s latest line-up joining Google’s carrier. The LG G7 ThinQ and LG V35 ThinQ have both been added to Google’s roster of “Fi-friendly phones,” offering an alternative to the Pixel 2 XL. They’re among the most powerful devices […]

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eSIM support coming to Chrome OS, may work with Project Fi

Chromebooks with built-in SIM cards used to be relatively common, but they’ve fallen out of style in recent years. As Chromebooks become more and more functional offline, the need for always-on cellular connectivity seemingly isn’t as important as it used to be. According to recent code commits, it looks like Google might be bringing back […]

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