What is google finance?

Simpler pricing and smarter coverage, from Google.

So what is Google Fi, a different
kind of phone plan

Google Fi

Google Fi

One simple plan—with lots of benefits and flexible pricing




Google Fi has one plan that’s designed to adapt to your needs every month. What you get depends on the phone you have, but whatever phone you bring to Fi, you’ll enjoy plenty of features at the same affordable price, starting at $20/mo. for unlimited calls and texts and $10/GB for data.

A bill that’s fair and flexible

Fi flexes to your data usage every month. That means when you use less data, you’ll see a lower bill. In months when you use more data, Bill Protection caps your bill and keeps the data coming.

Get better coverage at home and abroad

Get more coverage in more places. Stay connected with 3 mobile 4G LTE networks and 2 million+ secure Wi-Fi hotspots. Only phones designed for Fi can intelligently shift between networks, but whatever phone you use on Google Fi, you’ll be connected with great high speed coverage.

Roam for the same price as home





Going places? Stay connected with high-speed data coverage in 200+ countries and territories. Enjoy free unlimited texting, affordable voice calling, and the same data prices you pay at home.

3 networks. Millions of Wi-Fi hotspots. Always connected.

If you use a phone designed for Fi, your phone will always keep you on the best signal by intelligently shifting between three mobile 4G LTE networks. When available, phones designed for Fi will also automatically connect to millions of secure Wi-Fi hotspots for faster data, calling, and texting.

Get a phone you love on a plan you’ll love, too

Phones designed for Fi are packed with your favorite features, from smart cameras to powerful batteries. All of them are built with Google Fi’s unique technology to keep you on the best signal.

How Google Finance Works

If you have a portfolio of stocks, bonds, or other investments, then you may crave up-to-the-minute news on a potential investment — even if you’re away from your computer. Perhaps you also like to read about the latest trends in the business world. If so, Google Finance — a comprehensive financial Web site developed by Web-search giant Google — may help you customize the way you receive information about your investments.




Part of the Google family of Web sites, Google Finance debuted in 2006. It competes with many other financial Web sites, including Yahoo! Finance and MSN Money, the leading financial Web sites in terms of visitors [source: 24/7 Wall Street]. Unlike other financial Web sites, Google Finance has no advertising.

In this article, we’ll explore some of its main features. You’ll learn how to find information specific to a stock or fund, use interactive charts, personalize portfolios, and participate in discussion groups. You’ll also learn about some of the more advanced options for customizing your Google Finance page.

But first things first: You can’t personalize a portfolio if you don’t have one. Read on to find out how to create your Google Finance portfolio.