Samsung 5G Smartphones Are Now Available From Google Fi

Published on October 13, 2020
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For quite a while now, Google Fi subscribers have been able to use their unlocked Samsung Devices with the MVNO carrier. Google Fi’s network gives customers a lot more flexibility in choosing their device. Now, those customers can purchase a Samsung Galaxy smartphone directly from Google. On the Google Fi website you can find the Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra as well as the A71G.

Deciding to purchase through Google FI directly will net you a discount on the above devices. For new customers, Google is offering a $300 discount when you sign up and activate a plan. Qualifying devices include the Galaxy Note 20, 20 Ultra, and anything in the S20 family. They are also offering 150 off the Samsung A71 5G. This is a great incentive for those who are wanting to switch to Android. You can get a top-tier device while saving some cash. 

These phones are fully compatible with Google Fi’s 5G network, which utilizes T-Mobile’s wireless infrastructure. Some subscribers are already able to get a 5G signal. Although Google has not said much about this until recently. Samsung’s devices aren’t the only way to use 5G on Google’s network. You can also opt for Google in-house devices like the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G.

It’s easy to not realize that Google does not actually own its own cell-towers. Instead, network operators lease MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators) access to their towers.

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