Google Fi starts selling 5G phones from Samsung
Google Fi customers have been able to use unlocked Samsung phones on the MVNO network for years. Now those same customers can buy a Samsung Galaxy device directly from the search giant. On the Fi website, the company has started selling the Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra, and A71 5G.
You can also get a discount on these devices by purchasing them through Fi. Google is offering $ 300 credit when purchasing the Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra, a $ 300 discount after activating one of the S20 models in its product range, and a $ 150 discount on the A71 5G.
All six phones are fully compatible with Fi's "nationwide" 5G network, which depends on T-Mobile's wireless infrastructure. You can check the Fi website to see if Google has 5G coverage in your area. Assuming you had a phone with the correct T-Mobile bands, you've been able to receive a 5G signal over Fi for a few months - not that Google was making much noise at the time. You also have the option to take advantage of the 5G network when the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G come out in a few weeks.
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