Google's Project Fi, the tri-band and data service of the company where users pay only for what they use and touts to seamlessly connect LTE networks and Wi-Fi with one another, will be taken out of standard beta mode — but for a limited time only (specifically for 24 hours).
For those who've ever toyed with the idea of trying out the Project Fi wireless service, now is the time to check it out as the Mountain View-based company has decided to give out "instant invites" to the service to anyone for the next 24 hours.
— Project Fi (@projectfi) October 19, 2015
Those who wish first dibs on Project Fi experience should sign up directly on Project Fi's official page.
It is not a surprise that Project Fi will only work with both of the new Nexus smartphones — the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Nexus 5X ships today, according to Google. This implies Google is hitting two birds in one stone — it is advertising its latest flagship smartphones as well as the MVNO service to sweeten the offer.
What will probably attract many aficionados to try out this Google's service is its low cost. Consumers in the U.S. will only fork out $20 per month to avail of unlimited calls and texts. If users want to add data, it will cost them $10 for every gigabyte used. Should customers do not use the allotted amount in a month, Google will give them a credit in a form of extra data.
24-Month Payment Plans For Its New Devices
Google is making it easier for its customers to grab its new devices as it starts offering 24-month payment plans for those who want to purchase. Those who opt for Nexus 5X starts at $379 or $15.79 every month for a duration of 24 months. In the meantime, those who want to grab the 6P will need to splurge $499 or $20.79 for a period of 24 months.
Partnership With Leading Carriers
"Project Fi is a program to deliver a fast, easy wireless experience in close partnership with leading carriers, hardware makers, and our users," reads the description page of Project Fi.
Users should reside in an area where either T-Mobile or Sprint provides coverage to make use of Project Fi.