For over a year now I have been a Project Fi subscriber and frankly, I’ve never looked back. After being on AT&T for well over a decade, I looked at Fi with a bit of skepticism when I joined in October 2015, so much so that I didn’t shut down my AT&T account until December. But the double paying, I felt, would allow me to jump ship quickly, taking my then Nexus 6 with me. It never happened and, in fact, never crossed my mind. Google’s MVNO is solid, even in the upper elevations of Colorado where I live. I’ve traveled all over the United States in the last year and not once have I had an issue with Fi completing calls or giving me good data throughput. I’ve recommended it countless times here and in person and now there is a chance for you to try Project Fi and save on your first bill.
Today Fi rolled out a referral program for those of us who are subscribers. For everyone who subscribes, we both get $20 off our first bill (in your case) and next bill (in my case). Sure it is a win-win for both of us but if you have been thinking about making the switch, now is a good time to try. All you have to do is go to this link to sign up and try.
them: The service is awesome, the support is great and the price, especially for those who travel internationally, is really hard to beat.
Third, keep in mind that you have to have a Nexus or Pixel phone to work with Fi. Yes it works with other phones but can only be activated on a Nexus or Pixel so… yeah, you need to have one of those around. You can get a Nexus 5X for as low as $8.07 per month while the Google Pixel will start out at $27 a month. The phones are unlocked so once they are paid for in full, you can move to another service if you wanted to do so.
If you decide to give Project Fi a try, please use my referral code. I appreciate it and we both get that $20 savings when we get our next bill.