Google’s inexpensive cell phone service, Fi, which launched over three years ago, is now going to be able to work on Apple’s iPhones.
Up until this Wednesday, the service had worked on a limited number of phones. Fi, which overs simple plans, hops between carriers Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular, and also uses Wi-Fi whenever possible, including for calls and texts.
Google Fi will now work with iPhones running iOS 11, as well as many new Samsung, LG, Moto and OnePlus phones running Android 7.0 or higher.
The iPhone use is still in beta however and the phones will not be able to make calls and texts over Wi-Fi.
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