Google Fi's VPN service is hitting Apple's iOS platform, protecting your security and privacy by encrypting network traffic via unsecured public Wi-Fi connections on iPhone and iPad.
I’ve been a loyal AT&T customer for the better part of a decade now, and while I’ve definitely experimented with other carriers in my area – Sprint and even Verizon – I always found myself happier with the AT&T experience and crawled right back before my old and grandfathered plan lapsed.
However, while AT&T certainly takes the lead for cellular data speeds in my area, coverage is one attribute that it lags behind in, especially in the more rural parts. That’s why I decided to try something new: Google Fi for iPhone.
Owners of compatible iPhones with dual-SIM, which provides an embedded SIM (eSIM) in addition to a physical nano-SIM slot, can now register their device with Google's Fi service.
Google Fi (formerly known as Project Fi), the search giant's inexpensive and super-simple cellphone service, on Wednesday expanded to a broader range of devices, including Apple's iPhones, nearly four years after making its debut in 2015.