Google Is Giving Away Instant Project Fi Invites For A Limited Period Of Time
Google launched its Project Fi mobile service six months back, but if you want to get onboard the MVNO bandwagon, you have to request an invite from the search engine giant, which can take quite a bit to arrive in your inbox on a regular day. But luckily, the Nexus 5X ships today, and to celebrate its launch, the Mountain View company is giving away instant Project Fi invites for the next 24 hours. So hurry up and get yours now before you miss out on this pristine chance to try out Google’s cellular service.
Google Giving Away Instant Project Fi Invites For The Next 24 Hours
Instead of diving into unnecessary details, let’s dive right in and get to the process of how you can request a Project Fi invite right away.
1. In your Web browser on your desktop or mobile device, head over to this link.
2. Simply click on the ‘Sign Up Now’ button, enter your email address and provide the necessary details where prompted for it.
In a short while, the invite will land in your inbox, all set to be utilized to your discretion.
Also keep in mind that this is a United States only offer, so if you’re residing outside of the States, then you’re purely out of luck since Project Fi is only currently available in North America for the time being. There’s no word yet whether or not the service will be available in other regions. And given that the service is still in its infancy, we’re certain that it will take quite a while to hit international shores.
Project Fi is a very interesting take on a mobile service as Google does not own any cellular towers to provide you with the service. Rather, it utilizes Sprint and T-Mobile’s cellular service and switches between the two to provide users with consistent signals. Project Fi also relies heavily on WiFi for calling and providing users with data access, ensuring that everyone get a constant data stream no matter where they are.
On the pricing front, Project Fi starts at a measly $20 for a month in the voice and text department. For every gigabyte that you utilize, Project Fi will ask you to dish out $10, which isn’t bad if you’re asking us. Also keep in mind that the service will only work with the Nexus 6, and of course, the new flagship handsets from the Mountain view company – the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.
If you’ve been looking to try out Project Fi for a long time but have always fallen short when it comes to scoring an invite, then Google is giving you a great chance to try out the service instantly.
If you do get an invite, then be sure to let us know about it.