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November 26, 2016

Check to see if you’re covered by Google’s Project Fi network

by John_A

Networks, when you think about it, come down to one thing: coverage.

If you’re not covered where you live, work and travel … well, nothing else matters. But in partnering with three U.S. carriers — Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular — Google’s Project Fi definitely has an interesting advantage. (And remember you also have calling available over Wi-Fi when you need it.)

But the question stands: will you have Project Fi coverage where you live, work and travel? And, of course, there’s a handy map for that.

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To see if you’re covered by Google’s Project Fi, just visit fi.google.com/coverage and enter your location (state, city, ZIP) on the map — and no matter where you search, you can always zoom and scroll around to see what the surrounding area is like as well.

More: What is Project Fi, and why do I want it?

Like other carriers you’ll get a color-coded map that shows you the darkest green for full LTE coverage, or lighter areas for 3G and 2G. The map is pretty good about pointing out specific areas around a state or city that may come up short on coverage, and while the actual real-world experience can never be perfectly mapped this is a great place to start.

Compare Project Fi’s coverage map to those from the other carriers, and you may find that it compares quite favorably.

Google Project Fi

  • What is Project Fi?
  • Get the latest Project Fi news
  • Discuss Project Fi in our forums
  • Phones: Google Pixel | Nexus 6P | Nexus 5X | Nexus 6
  • Sign up for Project Fi

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