Best Cheap Phone Plans 2020: Republic Wireless vs Google Fi

Cheaper doesn’t mean worse when it comes to phone plans, as we’ve found out when comparing two popular mobile virtual network operators that sell low-cost mobile phone services: Republic Wireless and Google Fi. This comparison will help you decide which of the two phone plans is better for you, highlighting the most important pros and

Google Pixel 2 vs Moto X4 best Project Fi phone comparison

Each year, Google comes up with a new phone that offers users the best of Android. However, in 2015, the company decided to start a mobile network. This carrier, named Project Fi, runs on both Wi-Fi and cellular networks (with help from T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Three). Are you interested in switching to Google

5 Best Cell Signal Boosters For Project Fi In 2020

Are you using Google’s Project Fi as your primary cell service go-to? Finding that the cell signal coverage in your home isn’t as good as it should be? This is because Google doesn’t operate its very own network — Project Fi is designed to piggyback off of other US networks, such as Sprint, T-Mobile, and

Google Project Fi vs T-Mobile Unlimited Data Plan

Not being able to watch Elon Musk’s space Tesla live in high-definition because of mobile data limits just doesn’t feel right. If Elon can shoot a car into space, carriers should be able to offer unlimited data plans that don’t feel like they came straight from 2008. Well, Google has recently sort of introduced its

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Project Fi updated with support for U.S. Cellular

The #ProjectFi app on #Android is now receiving a new update which officially brings support for U.S. Cellular’s networks. This is the third carrier after T-Mobile and Sprint to join Project Fi, thus increasing the list of major carriers on Google’s dedicated cellular service. What this means is that those with U.S. Cellular coverage in