As part of the extension, the iPhone and "the majority of Android devices" will be compatible with Google's service. This includes direct pricing from Google, consisting of using $ 20 for unlimited calls and texting and $ 10 per GB of data used up to 6 GB. (It's free after that, but speeds are strongly limited to 15 GB). It also includes international data coverage in 170 countries, anti-spam protection and a host of other features offered by the service.
Google warns that even if it extends its support, not all phones enjoy all the benefits of Google Fi. The iPhone experience is in beta for the moment and its configuration requires additional steps. Some features of the service, including the ability to seamlessly bounce between multiple cellular networks, will only be available for phones designed for Fi technology. This includes Pixel 3, 3 XL, 2 XL, Moto G6, LG G7, LG V35 and Moto X – all available directly from the Google Fi website. Google has not explained exactly how phones that are not compatible with its network switching feature will use Fi, but the company probably has confidence in the ability to provide reliable service without this service.