Late last year, Google changed the name of its wireless carrier service from Project Fi to Google Fi, opened up to more Android devices and launched a beta program for iPhone ($1,000 at Amazon) users.
If you’ve signed up for Google Fi with an iPhone, or are thinking about it, here’s what you need to know about setting up an Apple product on Google’s wireless service.
Compatible iPhone models
According to a Google Fi support page, the following iPhone models will work with Fi:
It’s a good idea to double check that your specific iPhone model will work on Fi with Google’s compatibility checker tool.
What you need
In addition to an iPhone that’s compatible with Google Fi’s network you’ll need: