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October 19, 2015

Google giving out instant Project Fi invites for the next 24 hours

by John_A

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Still waiting for your Project Fi invitation? There’s no need to wait any longer, because Google is now giving out instant invites for anyone who wants them for the next 24 hours. This is to celebrate the fact that the Nexus 5X is now available for purchase from select retailers around the globe.

At the recent Nexus event, Google announced that the Nexus 6P and 5X smartphones would be compatible with its Project Fi network. These are the first two devices that can be used with the network, outside of last year’s Nexus 6. If you’d like to get your hands on one of these new Nexus devices on Project Fi but aren’t keen on spending hundreds of dollars upfront, Google will even let you finance a new Nexus if you choose to activate it on the company’s network.

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Project Fi uses a combination of Wi-Fi hotspots to provide inexpensive access to the Internet, as well as cellular networks from Sprint and T-Mobile when Wi-Fi access isn’t available (or if the signal is too weak). The phone will always pick the fastest network available. This service is similar to other mobile services such as FreedomPop, Republic Wireless and Scratch Wireless.

Interested in signing up? Head to the link below to score your free invite – just don’t forget to order a new SIM card.

Project Fi-compatible phones

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