Google Fi smartphone service now uses T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular based on whichever is best block by block

Google Project Fi cellulat phone service lets you switch been multiple phone networks. Google Fi launched with T-Mobile and Sprint. Now Google announced that it is adding a third network US Cellular. US Cellular is the fifth-largest carrier in the US. US Cellular has LTE service in “23 states, both urban and rural”.

By analyzing speeds from each network, Project Fi is able to predict the fastest network at your location — down to the city block — and automatically connect you. We’re constantly adapting to consider how factors like new cell towers and newly-available radio frequencies are impacting real-world speeds.

Part of Project Fi’s promise is to ensure you have connection when you need it, even in areas with poor speeds or limited coverage. Your Fi device recognizes when your connection is weak and adjusts in real time. By accessing multiple cellular networks, Fi users have a connection nearly 99% of the time, and spend about 95% of cellular time on LTE — which will improve even further with the addition of U.S. Cellular.

You a Fi-compatible phone, which means the Nexus 6, 5X, and 6P.

Fi is fully functional over Wi-Fi. They have online voicemail andtexting from other devices via Google Hangouts, call forwarding, and a mobile app.

Fi Basics for $20 per month

Fi plan starts with the Fi Basics for $20 per month, which includes: unlimited domestic talk and text, unlimited international texts, ability to use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot, and coverage in 120+ countries.

$10 per GB for data
It’s always $10 per GB for data. $10 for 1GB, $20 for 2GB, $30 for 3GB and so on. That’s it. With no annual contract required.