(+) Hands On with the new Pixel XL and Google Project Fi Cell Phone Service

The following is a Plus Edition article written by and copyright by Dick Eastman. 

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Project_Fi-logoI have written before about Google’s cell phone service called Project Fi (at https://goo.gl/oVU5aA). It is a low-cost service, providing unlimited phone calls and text messages for $20 a month plus data service available at very low rates. The interesting thing about Project Fi is that it uses three different cellular networks plus wi-fi connectivity to provide voice, text, and data service nearly everywhere. What I like best of all is that Project Fi also works in more than 135 countries with either no roaming charges or else very, very low roaming charges.

Today I received my new Pixel XL and thought I would write share my impressions of it. While I only have experience with the larger Pixel XL, I have read that the smaller Pixel phone is identical, other than screen size. Therefore, I believe my comments should cover both the Pixel and Pixel XL phones.

I will also compare the Project Fi cellular service to one of its major competitors.

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