Google Fi now offers the Motorola One 5G Ace on its network
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Google's own-brand mobile carrier, Fi, has announced the addition of 3 cost-effective new Motorola devices to its service. The most premium of these can also use the network's 5G bands. The One 5G Ace (also known as the Moto G 5G) starts at US$279 with a Fi plan, whereas it is $399 as an unlocked device.
For those uninterested in 5G, Fi also now lists the Moto G Power (2021), which is effectively a version of the G Stylus (2021) with a bigger 5,000mAh battery and without an inbuilt pen. It starts at $199 on Fi, as it does as a carrier-unlocked device.
There are also now Moto G Plays (2021) on Fi, which go for $99 at the least as opposed to $169 unlocked (correct at time of writing). With Snapdragon 450 processors and 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD displays, they are definitely budget options. However, Google is confident its buyers will get as much out of them on Fi as it asserts customers do from other Motorola phones on the network.