Google Fi expands global 5G for Android and provides Wi-Fi calling and a global hotspot for the iPhone.

Starting with Wi-Fi calling for iPhone subscribers, Google Fi is launching an trio of updates today that is centered on the MVNO’s foreign experience when traveling.

After years of just supporting Android, Google Fi is now bringing Wi-Fi calling to the iPhone. This is ideal both domestically and in large buildings or underground on the subway. Google claims it will route your call over whatever network provides you with the best connection if both Wi-Fi and cellular are available. The setup guidelines are available here .

If you are a subscriber to FI’s Flexible and Unlimited Plus plans, the iPhone now supports international hotspot tethering . Fi support for iOS devices is improving thanks to these two improvements and the debut of a VPN last year, but it still does not offer 5G in the United States.

For Android users, the most recent update. With the addition of 26 new nations, Google Fi now offers 5G network coverage internationally in 39 countries:

It will also operate with the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22, and S22 Ultra, meaning it is no longer a Pixel-only feature. The Google MVNO also mentioned that it would eventually extend 5G connectivity to more nations.

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