Google is in the course of providing the users with a faster, reliable and less expensive Wi-Fi signal by unifying the world’s Wi-Fi Networks. The deal of Google and Three which will consent Americans to use the experimental Project Fi wireless service in 15 more countries and also remove the speed limit. With that count of the number of countries where the service can be used increased to more than 135.
The service was announced last year with Google’s flagship nexus phones. For a tiny fee, Project Fi transfer calls made from Wi-Fi networks seamlessly to the cellular networks while the phone moves out of Wi-Fi zone without any efforts. It also connects your phones to the best cellular network available.
After the deal with Three, Google extended the reach of service farther than T-Mobile, Sprint and recently added US Cellular. Project Fi will cost the same $10 for 10 GB download no matter whichever network are you on, whereas other wireless services have provided with this facility long since but a sheer price. The motive of Project Fi is to offer the users what’s best for them not what the lone carrier has to offer.
Google’s Project Fi is a worthwhile business though it is available only for Nexus buyers at the moment.