The Google Fi packaging.


  • Google Fi is offering a seven-day trial of its service via an eSIM.
  • This allows you to quickly sign up for and use the trial instead of waiting for a physical SIM.

Google Fi is one of the better networks for prepaid users and frequent travelers. The MVNO is now trying to get the word out about its offering thanks to a new seven-day eSIM-based trial program.

Google Fi’s new seven-day trial (h/t: 9to5Google) uses an eSIM, giving you unlimited calls and texts for the duration of the program. You’re also getting up to 10GB of high-speed data during this time, with throttled speeds if you exceed this threshold. You’re also getting a few other features like hotspot support, spam call blocking, and Google One VPN access.

Either way, the eSIM-based nature of this trial means you can take advantage in no time flat, as you don’t have to wait for a physical SIM. Furthermore, you can still use your current number and chosen network alongside the trial service and number.

It’s worth noting that you’ll be automatically enrolled into the Simply Unlimited plan for $50 a month once the trial period is over. So you’ll want to opt out of automatic renewal or cancel the trial to avoid this charge. Still interested? Then you can hit the button below to sign up for Google Fi’s seven-day trial.

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