Following the launch of Google’s smartphone – Fi – in 2015, many consumers complained of the seeming limitations of the device.
The service worked only Nexus, Pixel and select Motorola and LG handsets.
To address this shortcoming, Google Fi is now compatible with Android devices, including models from Samsung and One Plus.
The Fi on iPhone will be in beta initially, and users will have to go to the Fi website to get set up.
Users will wait for Google to send a SIM card in the mail.
After inserting a SIM and install the Google Fi iOS app on the phone, users will be walked through the various set-up steps in the app.
As an incentive Google is offering a promotion to attract new subscribers or existing customers who buy a phone from Google Fi.
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