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Google Fi Now Selling 5G Phones, Unveils 5G Coverage Map

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Earlier today, Google Fi revealed that they have added a number of 5G devices to their phone lineup. In addition to this, they have also launched their 5G coverage map, which highlights the areas where you can access the MVNO's 5G network. 

The new devices that Google Fi added today include the following:

  • Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S20
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Out of the devices that they announced, the Galaxy A71 5G will still be released soon. This means that you can already purchase one of the five devices under a 24-month installment or at full retail price. 

As a way of celebrating the launch of these phones, Google Fi is currently running a promotion for a limited time period. You can get a $300 Google Fi credit when you purchase either the Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. After you purchase either device, you need to activate it on Google Fi within 30 days and remain active for 60 consecutive days.

There is also a $300 discount on the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, or Galaxy S20 Ultra. You still need to activate the device within 30 days and remain as a customer for 60 consecutive days. As for the Galaxy A71 5G, Google will be giving you a $150 discount when you buy and activate it on Fi once it becomes available. 

Apart from announcing these phones, Google Fi unveiled their 5G coverage map. The photo looks similar to T-Mobile's 5G network, which makes a lot of sense since the MVNO operates under Sprint and T-Mobile's network. This means that if there is T-Mobile 5G coverage in your area, you should still be able to access it with your Google Fi account. 

All plans offered by Google Fi include nationwide 5G coverage. You can choose to purchase one of the 5G phones they carry or bring in an unlocked device that is compatible with T-Mobile's networks. 


Source: Google blog

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  1. Let them say first is there any advantages for customers having 5G instead of 4G(LTE) ?
    Users, why have 5G, pay more for the phones, have quicker battery discharge. Any Pros for them?

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