Project Fi is finally coming to more devices. Google updated the support page with information on how to get the data-only service for your tablet. All you have to do is open your account preferences and order a data-only nano SIM. When you get the SIM and pop it into your tablet, it will share the same data pool as your main Project Fi device (current at a rate of $10/GB), with no extra fees.

Currently supported tablets include the Nexus 7, Nexus 9, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S. In a roundabout way, this marks the first support for Google's MVNO carrier experiment on an Apple device. Google added that the data-only SIMs may also work with with devices that aren’t on the list. So, if your tablet is cellular-enabled, and you're already a Project Fi customer, you can order a data-only SIM card for free and try it out for yourself. The same works for any other smartphone that isn’t a Nexus device, though you won’t be able to make calls and texts on the cellular network.

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