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About Google Fi

Google Fi is a phone plan designed with the latest Google technology. You can get unlimited data for one reliable monthly price, or pay only for the data you use. Both options come with unlimited calls & texts, international data in 200+ destinations at no extra charge, free 24/7 support, and no contracts. For more information about Fi, visit fi.google.com.

You can use this app to:
• Activate your service
• Manage your account and settings
• Check your data usage
• See your monthly bills
• Get in touch with support 24/7

Note: You'll need to sign up for Google Fi at fi.google.com before you can use the app. Fi is only available to U.S. residents, and isn't intended for extended international use.

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This app looks good, works well, and gives a clear overview of plan features, usage, and settings. It also has a great little home screen widget to keep track of data usage. Overall, it's the best app I've u...
Blake Riley
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Switched from Cricket Wireless and so far I love it. I have a Pixel 3a which had no issues with Google Fi. Transfered my existing Google Voice number so very seamless and painless switch.
Arnulfo Amaris Pumarejo
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I really like the Google fi simple billing I pay for what I use and it's all Google.
Richard Beattie