What is Project Fi
Project Fi is a pre-paid service, which concentrates on simple and cheaper billing of a data, which you use on your phone. Project Fi belongs to Google, more specifically under their new branch Alphabet. You pre-pay data, get a sim card and a software into your phone. With Project Fi, your phone will switch between the data availability from T-Mobile and Sprint and further your phone will automatically switch between free available Wi-Fi, therefore making the billing cheaper. The phone will automatically switch between those while you are calling without any interaction of the phone call. Google has made available to sign up since beginning of March for the service called Project Fi. 10 months ago this service has been only available based on invite and nowadays is available in US though an easy sign up. You also receive one new phone number to which you can link all of your devices and forward all of your calls and texts from other phones.
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You know the hassle when you want to go somewhere for like a 2 days trip and it takes hours to find out what are the true must see and places to eat at, and in the end you cannot even visit all of the places because you over planned your trip with activities. This is why Tripomatic will save you a lot of time.
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Online shopping is a way to purchase products comfortably from home. Shopping online however does not deliver the same values as shopping offline. Online shopping lacks the main motive of offline shopping which is the communication with someone else while they shop. People go shopping because they want to share their opinion with someone who have similar interest. The focus of this study is collaborative online shopping, which is when you shop online along with someone who is remotely located.
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