Google has just roped in another carrier into its Project Fi initiative, broadening its horizons. With the partnership with cellular giant Three, Google Project Fi subscribers can avail of high speed data in over 135 countries. The Internet giant claims that Project Fi now works in 97 percent of areas where US residents look to travel. Apart from widening its reach, the Google-Three partnership has also brought faster speeds into the mix. Google claims that the Project Fi network now can deliver up to 10 to 20 times faster international data speeds than before. Google in its blog post says this will help Project Fi subscribers who are travelling to other countries to stream videos, video chat, use turn-by-turn navigation, download attachments, and upload content to social media.