- CNN.com, Tuesday, April 28, 2015 10:04 AM
Google partnered with Sprint and T-Mobile and will tap into more than a million free Wi-Fi hotspots across the world with Project Fi, a new cellphone serve. No matter how you're
connected via Wi-Fi, Google lets you call, stream and use apps on any device. The service starts at $20, which includes unlimited talk, texts, inexpensive international calls and
international roaming at no additional cost. After that, Project Fi costs $10 extra for every gigabyte of data used. If you use less data, you'll get a credit. One catch: Only Motorola's
Nexus 6 phone supports Project Fi.
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