Even if Project Fi doesn’t reach the coveted billion user mark, it will have set a good example for how a mobile carrier in 2016 should work.
There is no cost to enroll in Text Banking— Bank of America does not charge you for this convenience.
But after the 10 month exclusivity period, it’s now open to the public. And not just Android only, but very select Nexus devices: LG’s Nexus 5X, Huawei’s Nexus 6P and the older Nexus 6 by Motorola.
Meaning Google’s finally ready to shut up and take your money. A spokesperson with Google tells us there's no plans to expand to non-Nexus devices at the moment.
Bill information can be viewed within the Fi app and Google’s pretty clear as to what you’re being charged for.
Prior bills, usage info and links to email and 24/7 call support can also be found within the app.
These also come into play when using your phone like a phone.