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Wants more information about Project Fi in Kentucky

Comments about: KY-FI: Using Project Fi in the Bluegrass by Tom Waggener

Alex Ortiz writes:
Good Morning. I saw the article online from Tom Waggener about Project Fi in Kentucky. I haven't seen many updates and am wondering how it is working out. I live in Campbellsville, have a Nexus 6 on the way, and am considering switching since I don't have good phone service at my house. It would be great to use it on wifi. Have you all used it much in Campbellsville? How is the cell service? I've heard Sprint and T-mobile don't cover this area that well.

In the articles they mention the size of the nexus 6, there is now a nexus 5x and 6p that are both smaller if that is a concern. Thank you, - ALEX ORTIZ
Thanks, Alex - Not sure if Tom has used Project Fi in Campbellsville - he's a Shelby County resident - but we'll post any information he would like to contribute and, in the meantime, hope other readers can share experiences here on CM - EW

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