Google's Project Fi Partners With U.S. Cellular For More Speed And Coverage

June 13, 2016

Google has partnered with U.S. Cellular to increase both speed and coverage area of Project Fi. Project Fi is Google's to program to deliver a fast, easy wireless experience by forming close partnership with leading carriers, hardware makers, and subscribers.

Google's Android Blog described the benefits of Project Fi expansion...

How does this work?

In most areas, multiple cellular networks are available — in fact, the majority of Project Fi usage occurs in areas where more than one of our partners offers LTE coverage. But factors like obstructions from nearby buildings can meaningfully impact the speed and coverage available from each LTE connection. By analyzing speeds from each network, Project Fi is able to predict the fastest network at your location — down to the city block — and automatically connect you. We're constantly adapting to consider how factors like new cell towers and newly-available radio frequencies are impacting real-world speeds.

Part of Project Fi's promise is to ensure you have connection when you need it, even in areas with poor speeds or limited coverage. Your Fi device recognizes when your connection is weak and adjusts in real time. By accessing multiple cellular networks, Fi users have a connection nearly 99% of the time, and spend about 95% of cellular time on LTE — which will improve even further with the addition of U.S. Cellular.

Learn more about Project Fi from the videos: (video 1) (video 2)
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