Google has opened invite requests for Project Fi, their new wireless network service. It is being rolled out in partnership with T-Mobile and Sprint and will offer seamless transitioning between the two cellular networks and over a million verified fast and reliable Wi-Fi hotspots. Plans start at $20, which offers unlimited talk and international texting. 4G data can be add at $10 per GB and you only pay for the data you use. Any unused data will be credited back to your account at the end of each month. Your current phone number can also be ported over to be used with Project Fi and there’s no contracts. The Google Nexus 6 is currently the only phone that is compatible with the network to start.