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Google Fi has 128GB Samsung Galaxy S21 5G Smartphone on sale for $299.99 after $500 discount (details) when you purchase, activate and port-in an existing number to Google Fi service valid for New/Existing Google Fi Customers only. Shipping is free.

Google Fi also has 128GB Samsung Galaxy S21+ (S21 Plus) 5G Smartphone on sale for $499.99 after $500 discount (details) when you purchase, activate and port-in an existing number to Google Fi service valid for New/Existing Google Fi Customers only. Shipping is free.

Thanks to community member peterrudy for finding this deal

Note, offer valid for New Google Fi Customers only who purchase/activate and port-in an existing number from an eligible carrier.

New Google Fi Customer
  • You must be a new Fi customer. A new Fi customer is someone who has never had Fi service or someone whose last day of Fi service took place more than 180 days before making a purchase with this promotion.
  • To qualify for the full $500 discount, you need to:
    • Activate the phone on a new full service plan (data-only SIMs do not qualify) within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email and keep the qualifying phone active on Google Fi for 120 consecutive days.
    • You must activate on the same Fi account used to purchase the phone or be a new member of the purchaser's group plan.
    • You must also bring/transfer your number to Fi within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email. Fi-to-Fi number transfers are not eligible.
    • The discounted price will automatically apply during checkout. If you do not meet the conditions above, $400 will be charged to your Google Pay account.
Existing Google Fi Customer
  • An existing Fi customer is someone who currently has Fi service or whose last day of Fi service took place within the last 180 days.
  • To qualify for the $500 discount, you need to:
    • Activate the phone on an existing full service plan (data-only SIMs do not qualify) within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email and keep the qualifying phone active on Google Fi for 120 consecutive days.
    • You must activate on the same Fi account used to purchase the phone or be a current member of the purchaser's group plan. If you activate the phone on a new Fi account, you are not eligible for this promotion.
    • If you do not currently have Fi service and your last day of Fi service took place within the last 180 days as part of an existing single subscriber or group plan, you must also bring/transfer your number to Fi within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email. Fi-to-Fi number transfers are not eligible.
  • The discounted price will automatically apply during checkout. If you do not meet the conditions above, $400 will be charged to your Google Pay account.
S21 5G Specs/Key Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G Processor
  • 6.2" 2400x1080 Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display (60/120Hz Refresh Rate) w/ 10MP Front Camera
  • 128GB Internal Storage
  • 8GB Memory
  • WiFi 802.11ac (2.4G + 5GHz) 4x4 MIMO w/ Bluetooth 5.0 ANT+
  • 5G Sub6 + mmWave
  • 4000mAh Internal Battery
  • Android 11 OS
S21+ 5G Specs/Key Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G Processor
  • 6.7" 2400x1080  Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display (60/120Hz Refresh Rate) w/ 10MP Front Camera
  • 128GB Internal Storage
  • 8GB Memory
  • WiFi 802.11ac (2.4G + 5GHz) 4x4 MIMO w/ Bluetooth 5.0 ANT+
  • 5G Sub6 + mmWave
  • 4800mAh Internal Battery
  • Android 11 OS

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  • Purchase of this product will save you $500 Off (62.5% Savings) instantly from the original retail price of $799.99 for this unit and is $100 less than our previous Frontpage Deal found here.
  • Must login to your Google Fi account to finish purchase/activation; requires Google Pay/Google Fi accounts
  • Offer valid for individual plans only
  • Limit one per person
  • Offer may not be combined w/ any other promotional offers
  • Offer valid while supplies last or while the promotional offer is active
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Last Edited by dcurve January 25, 2022 at 07:45 AM
Samsung Galaxy S21 5G+ (128 and 256 gb) also available:
S21: https://fi.google.com/about/phone...lsrc=aw.ds

S21+ : https://fi.google.com/about/phone...lsrc=aw.ds

$500 off Samsung S21 5G Series
Get a $500 phone discount with the purchase and activation of a Samsung S21 5G Series phone from fi.google.com. New Google Fi customers must transfer (port-in) your number to Fi from your current carrier to be eligible.

How do I qualify for the $500 discount as a new Fi customer?
You must be a new Fi customer. A new Fi customer is someone who has never had Fi service or someone whose last day of Fi service took place more than 180 days before making a purchase with this promotion.

To qualify for the full $500 discount, you need to:
  • Activate the phone on a new full service plan (data-only SIMs do not qualify) within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email and keep the qualifying phone active on Google Fi for 120 consecutive days.
  • You must activate on the same Fi account used to purchase the phone or be a new member of the purchaser's group plan.
  • You must also bring/transfer your number to Fi within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email. Fi-to-Fi number transfers are not eligible.
  • The discounted price will automatically apply during checkout. If you do not meet the conditions above, $500 will be charged to your Google Pay account.

How do I qualify for the $500 discount as an existing Fi customer?

  • An existing Fi customer is someone who currently has Fi service or whose last day of Fi service took place within the last 180 days.
  • To qualify for the $500 discount, you need to:
  • Activate the phone on an existing full service plan (data-only SIMs do not qualify) within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email and keep the qualifying phone active on Google Fi for 120 consecutive days.
  • You must activate on the same Fi account used to purchase the phone or be a current member of the purchaser's group plan. If you activate the phone on a new Fi account, you are not eligible for this promotion.
  • If you do not currently have Fi service and your last day of Fi service took place within the last 180 days as part of an existing single subscriber or group plan, you must also bring/transfer your number to Fi within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email. Fi-to-Fi number transfers are not eligible.
  • The discounted price will automatically apply during checkout. If you do not meet the conditions above, $500 will be charged to your Google Pay account.

Any other details to know?
  • Offer is valid while supplies last or while the promotion is live and available on the fi.google.com site.
  • For individual plans, limit one per person. For group plans, limit one per group plan member.
  • Offer is only available to U.S. residents 18 years or older, and requires Google Pay and Google Fi accounts.
  • Unless otherwise stated, this offer cannot be combined with other offers.
  • Discount is not transferable and is not valid for cash or cash equivalent.
  • If Fi determines that this offer is used in connection with abuse, misuse, or fraud, or if the account used to purchase the phone is not in good standing, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Pay account.
  • Void where prohibited.
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annieyoung240 asked this question on 01-31-2022 at 11:17 AM
01-31-2022 at 11:17 AM
yes you can, 100% sure.
01-31-2022 at 11:17 AM
I contacted Fi support a few days ago and they stated that all carriers are allowed for the promo except for porting from Fi or Google Voice. It's possible their terms have changed. I suggest you contact Fi support yourself and get something in writing before you attempt to port in from Voice for the promo.
02-03-2022 at 07:57 AM
I contacted Fi this morning and they said GG voice is not eligible and they do not consider it as an external carrier, so better be safe and get another number. If you already put in a GG voice number, they are happy to cancel that port in number and you can port another number that is eligible without cancelling the order.

btw, if you need a discount code for $20 plan credit, useN711VV or PM me, ordered one yesterday and so excited for the new phone
02-05-2022 at 12:36 PM
You can use a Google Voice number to qualify for the deal, just make sure you unlock your google voice number before you attempt to port it over. https://www.google.com/voice/unlock

I have used a google voice number 2 times in the past and 1 time for this deal. Other people saying you can't are full of shit.

Free month of google fi/$20 credit https://g.co/fi/r/7AW1H1 or promo code 7AW1H1
vkm asked this question on 01-27-2022 at 02:13 PM
01-27-2022 at 02:13 PM
Looking for this too. I currently have 2 physical sims on Oneplus 6T. Looking for a dual sim phone (preferable physical sims). Any advise?
02-02-2022 at 08:31 PM
Yes, it has 1 physical sim (fi sim comes inside the phone) and 1 esim
IK47 asked this question on 02-02-2022 at 10:15 AM
02-02-2022 at 10:15 AM
Yes, Google Fi chat confirmed it.
02-03-2022 at 08:07 AM
Yes, as long as it is not Fi or GG Voice and you transfer it within 30days of shipment confirmation, confirmed with gg support
crimsonroses asked this question on 01-26-2022 at 09:31 AM
01-26-2022 at 09:31 AM
yes sireee
02-05-2022 at 12:39 PM
The phone comes unlocked and is not bound to any carrier.
FeiyeungS asked this question on 01-26-2022 at 09:34 AM
01-26-2022 at 09:34 AM
Yes it does. I got on the similar deal around BF. Using Fi via eSim on S21
sms81 asked this question on 01-31-2022 at 11:39 AM
01-31-2022 at 11:39 AM
worked for me

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#1. Get a phone number (to be safe, from a non T-Mobile provider) that is in a new area code that isn't anywhere near where you live or have ever lived. This way you should get very few wrong numbers (because the odds of it being a recycled number are low) and if scammers try the "call from a local number" trick...well it's not a local number to you, so you can ignore.

#2. Port number to Google Fi and get the promotion. Make sure the Google Fi sim sees some use for the next 120 days. Schedule a call once every other Sunday from the Google Fi number. The Google Fi sim MUST be in the S21 when you make these calls, do NOT put it in another phone.

#3. If T-Mobile lets you use an esim in the S21, you're all set. You can keep the Google Fi sim in the sim tray and use T-Mobile as an esim. Make sure to set esim as primary for everything (calls, texts, data). If you can't use T-Mobile as an esim, then you'll need to swap the sims every so often, so Google sees that the S21 is active on their service. Note that even if it was possible to activate Google Fi as an esim on the phone, I wouldn't until the 120 days is up. Reason being is that others have had issues with other providers because they (providers) are looking for a specific IMEI, which is IMEI1 and is the one for the physical sim. You're asking for trouble if you assume the system knows that two different IMEIs are for the same phone.

#3.5. Assuming you get dual sim working (physical sim for Google Fi and esim for T-Mobile), the Google Fi number would be great to use as a burner line for things like Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Tinder, etc. If you start getting a lot of nuisance calls, just do an unconditional forward to a junk Google Voice number you have.

Let us know if this actually works.
If you're mostly on wifi and don't use a lot of data then Google Fi can be cheap alternative. They do have unlimited plans but it's expensive. Google Fi is great for those that use under 2GB of data. Me and my wife average $60 a month for two lines.
The plan is $20 at least and it will be $25ish after tax.

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The plan is $20 at least and it will be $25ish after tax.
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Assuming I want to use this phone on my current T-Mobile plan could I open a separate account on Google Fi with the $25/month plan just to keep open for 120 days? How would I get a number to port to Google Fi if I want to keep on my current plan?
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Trade in values are horrendous...
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Assuming I want to use this phone on my current T-Mobile plan could I open a separate account on Google Fi with the $25/month plan just to keep open for 120 days? How would I get a number to port to Google Fi if I want to keep on my current plan?
#1. Get a phone number (to be safe, from a non T-Mobile provider) that is in a new area code that isn't anywhere near where you live or have ever lived. This way you should get very few wrong numbers (because the odds of it being a recycled number are low) and if scammers try the "call from a local number" trick...well it's not a local number to you, so you can ignore.

#2. Port number to Google Fi and get the promotion. Make sure the Google Fi sim sees some use for the next 120 days. Schedule a call once every other Sunday from the Google Fi number. The Google Fi sim MUST be in the S21 when you make these calls, do NOT put it in another phone.

#3. If T-Mobile lets you use an esim in the S21, you're all set. You can keep the Google Fi sim in the sim tray and use T-Mobile as an esim. Make sure to set esim as primary for everything (calls, texts, data). If you can't use T-Mobile as an esim, then you'll need to swap the sims every so often, so Google sees that the S21 is active on their service. Note that even if it was possible to activate Google Fi as an esim on the phone, I wouldn't until the 120 days is up. Reason being is that others have had issues with other providers because they (providers) are looking for a specific IMEI, which is IMEI1 and is the one for the physical sim. You're asking for trouble if you assume the system knows that two different IMEIs are for the same phone.

#3.5. Assuming you get dual sim working (physical sim for Google Fi and esim for T-Mobile), the Google Fi number would be great to use as a burner line for things like Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Tinder, etc. If you start getting a lot of nuisance calls, just do an unconditional forward to a junk Google Voice number you have.

Let us know if this actually works.
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#1. Get a phone number (to be safe, from a non T-Mobile provider) that is in a new area code that isn't anywhere near where you live or have ever lived. This way you should get very few wrong numbers (because the odds of it being a recycled number are low) and if scammers try the "call from a local number" trick...well it's not a local number to you, so you can ignore.

#2. Port number to Google Fi and get the promotion. Make sure the Google Fi sim sees some use for the next 120 days. Schedule a call once every other Sunday from the Google Fi number. The Google Fi sim MUST be in the S21 when you make these calls, do NOT put it in another phone.

#3. If T-Mobile lets you use an esim in the S21, you're all set. You can keep the Google Fi sim in the sim tray and use T-Mobile as an esim. Make sure to set esim as primary for everything (calls, texts, data). If you can't use T-Mobile as an esim, then you'll need to swap the sims every so often, so Google sees that the S21 is active on their service. Note that even if it was possible to activate Google Fi as an esim on the phone, I wouldn't until the 120 days is up. Reason being is that others have had issues with other providers because they (providers) are looking for a specific IMEI, which is IMEI1 and is the one for the physical sim. You're asking for trouble if you assume the system knows that two different IMEIs are for the same phone.

#3.5. Assuming you get dual sim working (physical sim for Google Fi and esim for T-Mobile), the Google Fi number would be great to use as a burner line for things like Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Tinder, etc. If you start getting a lot of nuisance calls, just do an unconditional forward to a junk Google Voice number you have.

Let us know if this actually works.
Thanks for the advice... suggestions on cheap numbers for port in?
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Samsung does have esim capabilities for US models ?
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Thanks for the advice... suggestions on cheap numbers for port in?
eBay is your friend! For numbers to port in, used to be able to get as cheap as $3, right now I see several in the $15-$20 range, e.g. https://www.ebay.com/itm/22480492...SwmOVh41wj
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Thanks for the advice... suggestions on cheap numbers for port in?
You can find a referral code and free numbers to port in from Reddit.
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Thanks for the advice... suggestions on cheap numbers for port in?
Visible $5 first month with referral.
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I have a visible number available. DM me.
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Seems like the base $20 plan has no data included. So if I use any data at all, it's $30 + tax per month?
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