While being the de-facto choice for many who want the full Google experience, including a Pixel, Google Fi has turned into a pretty solid carrier option. Over the last few months, we have seen devices like the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S21 phones added to the available options.
Today, Google added three more devices to its array of handsets, with the arrival of the Moto G Play, G Power, and Motorola One 5G Ace. While Motorola seems to have lost its way when it comes to flagship smartphones, the company continues to churn out some of the best budget options on the market.
The G Play and G Power are the latest in a long-line of solid budget Android phone options. Meanwhile, the One Ace steps things up a bit with the Snapdragon 750G chipset, a triple camera setup, and a massive 5,000mAh battery.
Starting today, you can get the One Ace for as low as $279, while the Moto G Power comes in at $199 and the G Play starts at $99. Interestingly enough, those prices are even without trading in an old phone. Plus, Google is throwing a cherry on top for those looking to either add a line or upgrade.
For a limited time, you can get one of the available Motorola phones for free through Fi when adding a line or upgrading an existing line. Here are all of the phones available from Motorola through Google Fi:
- Motorola One Ace
- Moto G Power (2021)
- Moto G Play (2021)
- Moto G Power (2020)
- Moto G Stylus (2020)
It’s really great to see Google Fi turn into a viable option in a world where cell phone plans continue to get more and more expensive. With the addition of these phones, along with compatibility with many of the best unlocked phones, Google Fi should be your first stop if you’re looking to leave your current carrier.