That's up from the 135 countries the company has long offered service in.More news: The most distant photo ever taken
Some of the new countries that are supported now include Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Tunisia, Jordan, Georgia, Laos, and more. Regardless you'll pay the typical $10/GB, regardless of where you are and SMS utilization is boundless, as well. Users will be able to make voice calls to the United States from supported countries for $0.20 per minute. Now might be a good time for you to take a look at Project Fi. As far as I can see, neither Google's nor T-Mobile's plans cover Nauru, though, so if you're looking to see some depleted phosphate reserves in the middle of the Pacific, you are out of luck.
Google wants you to have one less thing to worry about on your next trip. And if you need some extra data when you travel, don't sweat it-your data is still just $10 per GB or free with built-in Bill Protection.More news: Apple's iOS 12 strategy could see the end of buggy features
Google also recently introduced its own version of an unlimited plan for Project Fi. This applies to global data, too.More news: Wenger: Lacazette offended by Aubameyang move
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