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And here comes Google cell phone service

  1. takeabyte
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 22, 2015

    takeabyte , Apr 22, 2015 :
    Seems like Tmo's $100 plan for 2 lines w/ unlimited 4g and 5gb tethering beats the hell out of this.
     

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  2. rtomb
    Honeycomb Apr 22, 2015

    rtomb , Apr 22, 2015 :
    Oh hey Larry Page I didn't see you there
     

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  3. jbirdx14
    Gingerbread Apr 22, 2015

    jbirdx14 , Apr 22, 2015 :
    T-Mobile you can get 4 lines, unlimited talk, text, and data for $100 a month. I have two lines and my bill runs about $85.
     

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  4. erzengelsachiel
    KitKat Apr 22, 2015

    erzengelsachiel , Apr 22, 2015 :
    That's what I have!
     

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  5. GerardW
    Cupcake Apr 22, 2015


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  6. Worsoe
    Froyo Apr 22, 2015

    Worsoe , Apr 22, 2015 :
    Here in Danmark I have free SMS/mms, 10 hours talk and 15 Gb for $16/month.
     

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  7. veratoloz2005
    Lollipop Apr 22, 2015

    veratoloz2005 , Apr 22, 2015 :
    4g lte is limited.
     

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  8. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Apr 22, 2015

    aspherical , Apr 22, 2015 :
    Full bars anywhere you go? Not if they're only using the Sprint and T-Mobile networks.
     

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  9. Link_of_Hyrule
    Gingerbread Apr 22, 2015

    Link_of_Hyrule , Apr 22, 2015 :
    I'm on straight talk right now unlimited talk/text 3GB of 4G but unlimited data for a like $48 a month after tax however I don't usually use the full 3GB and most people don't if they are on Wi-Fi most the time like I am. I have Wi-Fi at home, school, and church so except at work, the store, or in the car I'm usually not using a lot of data. I used to use a ton more data before I found how to optimize it more however. Project Fi is basically a beta test to see how people would accept the idea. I have Google Voice and basically use data for all my calls/texts and can message or call from my computer, phone, or tablet on the same number. If they can expand the service to work on more devices I'd definitely switch to it because in the long run it would probably be a lot cheaper. The biggest problem is the phone hardware almost no phones have a radio that supports both GSM and CDMA. However the newest qualcomm SOCs do support this optionally for not much high of a cost so it's very possibly that the OnePlus Two could support this feature and thus be able to eventually be allowed on the Project Fi service.
     

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  10. zysable
    Eclair Apr 22, 2015

    zysable , Apr 22, 2015 :
    I have two nexus 6 and one oneplus one, just request for invite of project fi.
    hope get it soon, then port my number from at&t to project fi ASAP.
     

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  11. Sunny
    Honeycomb Apr 22, 2015


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  12. Lecter
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 22, 2015


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  13. benluca
    KitKat Apr 22, 2015

    benluca , Apr 22, 2015 :
    You're right, it is not a good deal. It is a CRAP deal, you can do better than that with Metro PCS, Cricket Wireless, T-mobile, Verizon, Sprint and even Straight Talk, for pete's sake ... none of whom will make you fork out $650 - $700 for your phone.
     

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  14. Neth
    Jelly Bean Apr 22, 2015


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  15. rephaelhermon
    Honeycomb Apr 22, 2015


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  16. vot4pedro
    Froyo Apr 22, 2015

    vot4pedro , Apr 22, 2015 :
    Firstly, another INVITE marketing game! No spank you.Secondly, the plan is expensive. I'm rolling with TMobile's $30/mo 5gb/unlimited text/100 min voice. I get around the low voice minutes via Hangouts and google voice which use network data only.

    I had high hopes for this but its just blah for now. I hope it improves over time.
     

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  17. Faruha
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 22, 2015


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  18. lostLambda
    Lollipop Apr 23, 2015


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  19. EpicSwirly
    Lollipop Apr 23, 2015


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  20. Tyronekramsey
    Jelly Bean Apr 23, 2015


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