How has your Project Fi experience been?

It's hard to believe that 2018 will mark Project Fi's three year anniversary, but then again, I suppose time flies when you're saving heaps of cash each month on your monthly phone bill.

Project Fi was an interesting concept when it first launched with the Nexus 6 in 2015, but now that you can use phones like the Pixel 2 and Moto X4 with the service, it's a much more serious contender in the MVNO space than it ever was before.

Some of our forum users recently got into a discussion about their own experiences using Project Fi, and this is what they had to say.

I've had my Pixel 2 XL 128 since launch and we went with Google Fi at the same time. My wife, who couldn't care less about phones, is using my old Nexus 6 on Fi and is quite pleased with it. I've found Google Fi support to be superb and available 24/7. You shouldn't find any problems with support. We came from Sprint where our monthly cost for the two of us averaged about $125. Our Google...


Signed up to Project Fi a couple of months ago - no regrets. I use little, or no, cellular data, home on wifi most of the time. Verizon bill had been $52, this month's Fi bill id $26.45. I see no difference in the phone call quality. As far as Customer service, no issues for me.


I've been using Fi for a few years now and it's great! No complaints from me whatsoever! I am a light data user (I'm almost always on WiFi) and my bill is generally about $24-$27 a month.. I've been using the Pixel 2 (non XL) on Fi for about 3 or 4 months now and am happy with the performance.


I am on Fi for 3 months now and my bill has been about $25 per month. It would have been lower but at a small drink fest at a buddies house I played one of my Pandora channels on his bluetooth speak for about 3 hours.. Did not think about asking for his wifi password and used almost a gig of data that day. I have not used Fi on any road trips yet.t. I was up north Michigan on T-Mobile...


Now we'd like to hear from you – If you're a Project Fi customer, how's your experience with it been?

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Joe Maring

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.