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Google Makes Improvements To Its Fi Mobile Plans Including Global Expansion Of 5G Coverage

Google has recently highlighted an array of advancements that it has made to Fi mobile plans.

This includes a global expansion of its 5G coverage where nearly 26 different nations were added to the plan. Moreover, it also means more support will be given to Samsung and iPhone devices simultaneously.

These mobile phones will be provided with the chance to use hotspot when abroad. In the same way, users will be given the feasibility of making wi-fi calls too. For it to work, users need to subscribe to the plans on offer that include variants like Flexible and Unlimited Plus- depending on your liking.

Other than the fact that users will need to purchase a plan, they will also be required to have a compatible device that’s either a Pixel phone or one arising from the Samsung Galaxy Series range S22.

If you happen to meet all of these requirements, well, good for you. You will be given the freedom to use 5G in at least 39 different nations. However, those that don’t have such devices will continue making use of 4G as usual that’s seen in over 200 countries. Google similarly mentioned how it hopes to extend the support required for 5G devices as well.

For a while now, so many users of Android were seen using hotspots when they were abroad for quite some time now. But a recent change saw the firm allowing a global hotspot for those with iPhones too. Therefore, you get the chance to connect your electronic device like tablets and laptops to the web in a foreign nation. And that’s especially true when you don’t have any access to a Wi-Fi connection.

Last but not least, we saw the search engine giant give iPhone users the chance to dial Wi-Fi calls when they’re not in their home country and are traveling abroad. But this does exactly depend on which nation your journey is toward. After all, making foreign calls back to your homeland can be pricey.

However, when you’ve got Wi-Fi involved, it’s a whole new ballgame altogether. It’s free of cost and you’re definitely going to avail better quality too. It all depends on how strong or weak or internet connection happens to be.

So as you can see, it’s a great initiative by Google and one that many travelers, in particular, are going to love.


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