14 January, 2018

Google's Project Fi international data service goes down

We trust you weren't relying upon Project Fi to keep in contact while abroad this end of the week. Supporters of Google's remote bearer have announced that universal information hasn't been working in many places the world over, including Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, India and Japan. A few clients have announced brief accomplishment by changing into and out of flight mode or rebooting their telephones, however it hasn't gone on for longer than 2 minutes.


We've approached Google for input, despite the fact that its group is now mindful of the issue. The blackout has gone on for about a day as of this written work.

This sort of downtime would baffle for anybody, yet it's especially infuriating for Project Fi supporters. One of the advantages of the administration is its clear, reasonable way to deal with information: you pay the same $10 per 1GB as you do in the US, so you're not spending a little fortune just to share your winter excursion on Instagram. Blackouts on this scale have all the earmarks of being rare, however that is very little solace in case you're voyaging and have couple of alternatives for getting on the web when you're far from WiFi.

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