Google Fi Is Airing Some TV Commercials And Internet Video Ads Touting Its Privacy Features – BestMVNO

By Joe Paonessa – May 24, 2021

A couple of weeks ago I was watching some YouTube videos when an ad played touting Google Fi. This led me to wonder whether Google may actually also be running some TV commercials for Fi. Lo and behold after doing an internet search and conferring with Jeff Moore of Wave7 Research we were able to confirm the existence of TV commercials. Moore tells me that one ad in particular has aired over 1,000 times since 5/3/21 but only in a limited number of local markets. The ad can be found on iSpot.tv and in Google’s own YouTube channel. Interestingly, the ad touts Fi’s built-in spam blocking ability and its built-in VPN for privacy. The ad states that Fi keeps its users safe and secure from hackers and trackers. The ad finishes with a narrator singing “goodbye everything you can’t, hello Google Fi a phone plan that can.” The commercial is rather ironic given that Google does not have a reputation for valuing its users privacy. You can watch the ad below.

Google Fi Is Airing Some TV Commercials And Internet Video Ads Touting Its Privacy Features

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