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You can now try Google Fi without a subscription – Review Geek

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The trial version is open to a limited number of users and requires an eSIM.


Of all the carriers available in the United States, Google Fi is one of the most attractive. It offers affordable unlimited data plans and comes with some nice perks, including access to Wi-Fi outside of your home. Now, Google Fi is testing a free trial system with a limited number of users.

The week-long Google Fi trial was announced in a Reddit thread, of all places. Includes unlimited data, talk and text, plus VPN access and 10 GB of wireless network connection. It’s an interesting proposition: you can test Google Fi before you leave your carrier, which could help you test for dead zones and other issues.

Unfortunately, this trial version requires an eSIM compatible smartphone. eSIM is a new technology that eliminates the need for a physical SIM card, but is only supported by a handful of smartphones (such as the Google Pixel 7, iPhone 14, and Samsung Galaxy S23).

If you are confused about eSIM, I suggest you use the Google Fi compatibility checker. It will tell you if your phone supports Google FI: Look for “SIM-free setup” after selecting your phone to see if it supports eSIM.

You can sign up for the free trial on the Google Fi website. Unfortunately, no official release date has been confirmed. And because Google is evidence this test system, I suspect some people won’t even see the option to start a test. Note that after your trial ends, Google will automatically sign you up for their Simply Unlimited plan ($50 per month); you can opt out of automatic renewal after you start your trial without consequence.


Enjoy affordable service and many benefits with a Google Fi subscription.

Source: Google

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