Google Fi Removes Pixel 2 XL Listing – Soon to Add Moto G7 Smartphones
Google’s Fi service recently dropped the Project status and became the official Mobile Virtual Network Operator in 33 states of the United States. The company was selling data plans along with the “Designed for Fi” branding smartphones. The company was selling all of the Pixel series smartphones from the Google Fi service and now has removed the Pixel 2 XL from the list. As the device is far more than one year old, and the newer devices coming into the Google Fi service, the company has decided to remove the Pixel 2 XL.
To replace the Pixel 2 XL on Google Fi MVNO, Motorola’s latest release Moto G7 series smartphones are coming. Today, Motorola announced that the Moto G7 smartphone with 6.2-inch FHD display would join the Google Fi family soon. There is no information from the company if Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Play will join the Fi family or not. The Moto G7 smartphones are made for budget-conscious people who are low on budget. All of the smartphones in this series are of less than $300 price tag.
Google is supposed to sale the Moto G7 for a similar price bundled with Google Fi services. The company was selling the 2017 Pixel 2 XL under offer sale and was providing the $300 Google Fi credit for the buyers if they activate smartphone before the sale end date. It was a limited time offer and lasted until last month before the stock was cleared. Now, the users cannot buy a new Pixel 2 XL bundled with Google Fi service. Motorola and Google didn’t announce the date of availability for Moto G7 smartphones.