Google Fi adds 5G coverage for more countries plus hotspot tethering for iPhones


Google Fi is getting a boost this month with 5G coverage in more countries plus additional new features for Pixel and select Samsung smartphones, and finally the debut of hotspot tethering for iPhones. We have the details for you after the break.

The number of countries covered by Google Fi’s 5G coverage has tripled in total from 13 to 39 for both those using Pixel handsets and those with a compatible Samsung phone like the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the Flexible or Unlimited Plus option. subscription. Those who don’t own a Pixel or compatible Samsung device can still take advantage of full-speed 4G coverage in more than 200 countries, with Unlimited Plus subscribers also enjoying up to 50GB of super-fast data. Google says it plans to expand its 5G coverage to more countries in the future.

iPhone users using Google Fi can finally be happy because Wi-Fi calling is now supported by Google Fi on Apple’s smartphones. In addition, the Flexible and Unlimited Plus plans now offer automatic coverage for international hotspot tethering in more than 200 countries, just like it already did for Android phones.

Perhaps the best part of this news is that there are no further charges and the options you can use or not, without increasing your monthly Google Fi bill.


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