Whether you’re a frequent traveler or merely make it out of the country once every 10 years, you’re still probably aware of the trouble it is to stay connected while abroad. You need to find a place to eat, figure out how to get there, keep up with your friends and fam, and of course, document the whole thing for social media, so you better figure out a way to have data connection that won’t break the bank. Enter, Google’s Project Fi.
Thanks to the addition of Three to the network, Project Fi now provides subscribers with access to high-speed data in over 135 destinations across the globe. Additionally, the service is now capable of delivering speeds 10 to 20 times faster than before, all for just $10 per gigabyte. This in turn allows you to stream music and movies, video chat, utilize maps for directions, download emails, upload pictures and much more at a rapid rate.
Project Fi customers in turn have access to high-speed data in over 97 percent of places that Americans travel to internationally, the most popular of which are London, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and Montreal.
All in all, Project Fi provides you with faster speeds, all at a highly affordable rate, as opposed to paying an excessive amount by using your regular cellular data or being forced to purchase a local SIM card.
Don’t leave the country without it.