Google’s Project Fi phone lineup just got bigger with the addition of three new smartphones.
Google first announced Project Fi, its first foray into cellular services. It was previously an invite-only service which eventually became open to all users.
If you have not heard of it, you’re not alone as it was only available to the US market. It does however, offer one of the best deals in mobile. Users pay $20 per month for unlimited calls and texts, plus $1 per 100MB of data used.
One common complaint however, was the lack of compatible phones to use with the carrier. Project Fi previously sold three phones including the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, and an Moto X4 Android One variant. Either buy one of those three or use an unlocked version of the Pixel or Nexus series.
Now Google has announced more devices for users to choose from. These are the LG G7 ThinQ, the just-announced LG V35 ThinQ, and the Moto G6.
The Moto G6 is currently available for pre-order through the Project Fi website for $199. Users can also opt to pay $8.29 per month for 24 months.
Both G7 ThinQ and the V35 ThinQ will come to Project Fi next month. They are priced at $749 (or $31.21/month) and V35 is $899 or (or $37.46/month) respectively.