Google Fi is a mobile network that offers low rates, great coverage, and an easy activation process. The service also offers flexible plans, a portable WiFi hotspot with no data caps, and eSIM support for iPhone users. To activate Google Fi on your device, you need to make sure that your physical SIM is inserted or your eSIM is active. Then, you need to download the Fi app and follow the instructions in it to set up your phone with Fi.
If you want to use a non-Fi phone with Fi, you can visit the Google Fi setup page on another device and sign in with your Google account to check compatibility. Then, you can select whether to bring your own device or purchase a phone from Google Fi. If you choose to bring your own phone, make sure that it is unlocked and compatible with Fi.
Once you’ve signed up, you can get started with Fi by using the Google Fi app to activate your new number and set up call forwarding. You can also connect your Google Voice and Fi numbers on the same device to keep in touch with loved ones no matter where you are. Google Fi can also block annoying calls, so if you’re dealing with an overly persistent salesperson or Uncle Morty with the weird breath, you can get rid of them.
If you’re having trouble with the QR code on the setup page, try refreshing the page or increasing your browser width. If that doesn’t work, contact support.