Google Fi :
Formerly known Project Fi is an MVNO telecommunications service by Google that provides telephone calls, SMS, and mobile broadband using cellular networks and Wi-Fi. It offers wireless services and easy communication across networks and devices, and access to a wide range of online services exclusively offered by Google. In the US, it gives you data service on 3 mobile networks: T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular.
Ting is a customer-driven mobile virtual network operator and wireless service provider based out of Toronto, Ontario. At Ting, you only pay for what you use.Ting is a mobile virtual network operator and internet service provider launched in February 2012 by Tucows Inc. It has pretty decent selection of the latest smartphones from leading brands, including the flagships and the latest iPhones.
Let’s see the Difference Between Google Fi and Ting:
|1||Google Fi is the Google’s mobile virtual network operator and wireless service provider for easy communication across networks||Ting uses T-Mobile and Sprint network to provide network coverage and data services.|
|2||Its plan starts at $20 per month for unlimited calling and texting, Wi-Fi hotspot, and 24/7 customer support.||Ting not have any plans and you have to pay only for what you have use.|
|3||Google Fi offer unlimited plans||Ting does not offer any unlimited plans|
|4||It has a great selection of the Motorola phones and Samsung’s flagship Galaxy phones.||It has pretty decent selection of the latest smartphones from leading brands, including Apple.|
|5||It uses Sprint, T-Mobile and US cellular network.||It uses only Sprint and T-Mobile.|
|6||Unlimited Plans with flexible in pricing.||No unlimited plans and you pay for what you use.|