Google shows overseas data doesn’t have to cost a fortune
Google’s plan to unite the world under it’s affordable Project Fi cellular service plan is slowly coming to fruition.
Today, Google announced that Americans traveling in Europe will have uncapped access to cellular networks. Previously, Project Fi offered overseas data but capped it at 2G speeds. Today’s announcement allows US users to have full speed access to 4G networks abroad.
This is made possible with Google’s partnership with T-Mobile and Three, one of the largest cellular carriers in Europe. Today’s announcement added 15 countries to Project Fi’s service, bringing the total of supported countries up to 135. Unfortunately, Project Fi service is still only available in the US for now, though today’s announcement may point to European availability eventually.