There have been many predictions about the rebranding of Project Fi from many months but there were no proofs or confirmation until now. Thanks to an internal document leak, which gives us something in written about the rebranding of Project Fi. This document was discovered by Redditors which say that it will be rebranded to Google Fi and moreover, the design of the logo has also been changed to four colors from three. Although it is unclear if the tech giant is planning to completely take over the service’s website also but it shouldn’t be something out of the box if it does happen.
Well, for who don’t know much about the Project Fi, it is a service that offers its consumers wireless services which are also called as Google’s MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that will be using cellular networks which belongs to carriers like Sprint, U.S Cellular, and T-Mobile. Considering the signal strength, the MVNO will be automatically switching between these networks and will be providing the best signal strength to its customers without having to face the problem of signal breaks.
The Project Fi was initially announced back in 2015, in the month of April and was only compatible with devices like Nexus 6, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P smartphones. The subscription to the Project Fi cost about $20 every month for its users, who could make unlimited talks and texts and an extra $10 for 1GB of data. Moreover, Googled refunded its customers every month for the unused data. There is no official information about when Google is planning to make the name change and it might also be offering some offers to its customers on that occasion. Are you a part of Google’s Project Fi? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.