Google’s Project Fi Adds High-Speed International Data

Google today announced a major improvement to its Project Fi cellular service: In addition to combining the domestic coverage maps of T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular – Project Fi now supports high-speed international roaming in 135 countries too – including high speed data in Canada and Mexico! Project Fi already had support for international data roaming – but speeds […]

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Google Adds U.S. Cellular to Project Fi Coverage Map

Google’s Project Fi cellular service is a unique in that it actually uses multiple cellular networks behind the scenes – automatically picking the best partner wherever you happen to be. When Google announced Project Fi in April 2015, the initial two partner networks were Sprint and T-Mobile – giving Google access to the combined coverage maps […]

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Google’s Project Fi – Now No Invitation Required

Ever since it launched last April, we’ve considered Google’s Project Fi cellular plan a great secondary service for RVers who need an extra voice line or a versatile backup data connection on board. For just $20/month, Project Fi provides unlimited talk and text, and then data is billed as you need it at $10/GB – […]

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Yes, 5G Cellular Technology Is Coming!

The mainstream press has been abuzz this week with news stories about fifth generation (5G) cellular “coming soon”, thanks in large part to an AT&T announcement that it will begin testing 5G technologies in Austin later this year. For some reason the AT&T story went viral and we have been getting a ton of questions about it, though […]

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2015 RV Mobile Internet Year in Review

2015 has been a fabulous year for keeping connected on the road – with technology options, speeds, and coverage all getting better than ever. This is our end-of-year quick update on the state of the RV mobile internet world – chronicling some of the major changes that happened in 2015, and giving a glimpse at what we’re most looking forward […]

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Today Only: Instant Invites to Google’s Project Fi

To celebrate the release of the new Android flagship Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P phones, Google today announced (via Twitter) a one-day “Instant Invite” program to sign up for Google’s “Project Fi” cellular plan. If you’ve been intrigued by Project Fi, this is a great chance to jump on board without the usual six to eight week wait for […]

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Google’s Cellular Service Unveiled: Introducing Project Fi

Google today unveiled its long-rumored cellular service: Project Fi. Project Fi is unique in that it is taking a true “pay as you go” approach to cellular data – refunding you every month for data you do not use. Rather than losing your data at the end of the month, or “rolling it over” for […]

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Drone Warfare: Facebook to Battle SpaceX and Google With Laser Internet Drones

SpaceX isn’t the only company with crazily ambitious plans to bring the Internet to the remote corners of the globe. Facebook announced yesterday that it has completed the first test flight of a high-altitude laser-equipped Internet drone. Yes, really. Facebook has drones. With lasers. Mark Zuckerberg posted on his Wall yesterday: As part of our Internet.org […]

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Google Planning Wireless Service – Tapping Sprint & T-Mobile Networks

The Wall Street Journal and tech news site The Information today are reporting that Google has closed deals with Sprint and T-Mobile, and is moving ahead this year on long brewing plans to launch a wireless service of its own. Details on the project, codenamed “Nova”, are scarce. Becoming an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) like Straight Talk, […]

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