Is this the same method used by Google Fi for international cell use?


“If You Have a Republic 3.0 Phone80
For Republic 3.0 phones; there is the option of using a local (in country) SIM to provide cellular coverage where you’re traveling. You’d switch between Republic service on WiFi and local cellular service by swapping SIM cards.”


No. Google Fi offers international coverage with their service. You use the Fi SIM, and receive coverage just like you do at home. With Republic, you’re replacing the Republic SIM (and therefore the Republic service) with a SIM from another provider (who you are getting service from completely independantly from Republic)


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