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Google Fi Adds a Cheaper Unlimited Plan

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Google Fi is still too expensive.


Apr 24, 2021, 1:14 PM
I have Fi on a Pixel 5, several months ago I added the new phone. My Pixel 3 became all swollen like an ice cream sandwich. I managed to get the sim out and got the phone out of my house. I do love Fi for travel out of the country. My iPhone 12 Mac Pro is used here at home. Recently I signed up with Visible, Its wholly owned by Verizon. Its pretty much exact service at a cheaper price. $40. per month prepaid on my visa and that includes everything. I only wish FI was cheaper to use here at home like Visible. I don't use any data on Google Fi. while here in the US. Its just too Expensive at $10. per Gig. At Visible I get 4G &5G unlimited for that $40. I don't want to pay more than I have to, however Visible is a greater bargain tha...

Apr 25, 2021, 10:26 AM
With the combination of Sprint and T-Mobile, there is less a reason to use Fi over T-Mobile since you have one less network to use for better speed or coverage (TMo is rapidly refarming Sprint's spectrum so kinda pointless).
Dollar for Dollar, you're also going to get a lot more benefit with T-Mobile than Fi. That $10 saved really isnt worth it as it removes too many extras over the full Fi plan. And for the savings, you may as well just pay the $10 and keep it, or just move to T-Mobile and get some Netflix included. I think for Fi to be competitive they need to have the basic unlimited plan be around $40-45 single line range.

Apr 26, 2021, 8:16 AM
Here in Texas T-Mobile,& Sprint have many areas where your phone will go dead. too many dead spots, while Verizon works everywhere. I have Fi, I have Republic Wireless and Verizon all on good phones. Only Verizon/Visible works everywhere. I think T-mobile talks a good game but doesn't deliver.

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