Google's Expensive Wireless Service Finally Works With iPhones, Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus And More

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Google's Expensive Wireless Service Finally Works With iPhones, Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus And More

Google Fi, formerly known as Project Fi, is finally compatible with iPhones (though still in beta) and some of the most popular Android smartphones from Samsung, Huawei or OnePlus. But despite a simple pricing structure, Google's wireless service is still one of the industry's most expensive.

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