Are You Covered By Google’s Project Fi Network? Check Network Coverage Here

Google Project Fi Network Coverage

Project Fi was announced in April 2015, and it offers a few twists on the way wireless carriers traditionally work. For one, it employs multiple different cell networks — Project Fi phones switch between T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Wi-Fi networks depending on which connection is strongest at any given moment.

Now the question stands: Are you covered by Google’s Project Fi network? Where you can check Project Fi’s network coverage?

To see if you’re covered by Google’s Project Fi, just visit and enter your location (state, city, ZIP) on the map — and no matter where you search, you can always zoom and scroll around to see what the surrounding area is like as well.

Like other carriers you’ll get a color-coded map that shows you the darkest green for full LTE coverage, or lighter areas for 3G and 2G. The map is pretty good about pointing out specific areas around a state or city that may come up short on coverage, and while the actual real-world experience can never be perfectly mapped this is a great place to start.

If you already have a Fi-compatible device, you can use it with Project Fi. When you sign up, you’ll have the option to get a free SIM card shipped to you.

Project Fi works with the following phone models:

  • Pixel 2 (All versions)
  • Pixel 2 XL (All versions)
  • Pixel Model G-2PW4100 (North American version)
  • Pixel XL Model G-2PW2100 (North American version)
  • Android One Moto X4 (North American versions)
  • Nexus 5X Model LGH790 (North American version)
  • Nexus 6P Model H1511 (North American version)
  • Nexus 6 Model XT1103 (North American version)
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