Project Fi Expands International Data Coverage To 170 Countries

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Google has announced that its Project Fi mobile network service is now available in 170 markets. That is up from the 135 nations the organization has since quite a while ago offered benefit in.

Some of the new countries that are supported now include Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Tunisia, Jordan, Georgia, Laos, and more. You'll still pay the usual $10/GB, no matter where you are and SMS usage is unlimited, too. Users will be able to make voice calls to the United States from supported countries for $0.20 per minute.

T-Mobile, which offers boundless universal information for the vast majority of its post-paid plans, says it covers "140+ nations".

Depending on how you count, there's just under 200 countries in the world. Now might be a good time for you to take a look at Project Fi.

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Google wants you to have one less thing to worry about on your next trip.

Project Fi users have always benefited from free worldwide text and data usage without the need to add an extra - and often costly - plan. Like always, the data you use overseas costs the same as the data you use at home. Project Fi will let users now if they're covered or not on their next trip based on their upcoming global flights from Gmail.

The new feature is actually activated by default in Project Fi, but you can disable it from within your account settings.

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