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Google Fi Adds Unlimited Data Plan

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Sep 18, 2019, 9:27 AM   by Rich Brome

Google has added an unlimited-data plan option to its Google Fi cellular service. The pricing is competitive with what most major US carriers are currently offering, starting at $70/line for just one line, down to $45/line for 4-6 lines. The plan also includes unlimited data and texting while abroad in 200 destinations, and free calling from the US to 50 countries and territories. It also includes a Google One membership, which includes 100 GB of cloud storage. Like most competing plans in this price range, Google "may" limit streaming video to SD resolution, and data speeds are reduced after 22 GB is used in a given month. Google still offers its traditional Flexible plans, which start at $20/month plus $10/GB for data. Flexible plans do not include free data while overseas, free international calling, nor Google One membership.

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Sep 18, 2019, 1:04 PM


Tmobile has cheaper plans then Fi does.
I'm a happy Tmobile customer, but Fi does give A LOT more service for that extra money. It roams on 3 cellular networks (TMobile, Sprint, and US Cellular). Gives more possibility of getting a signal than just being a TMobile customer. Also, for int...
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