Google Fi just got a much-needed $70 unlimited plan
And it gets substantially cheaper the more lines you add.
Google Fi has survived from the experimental stages to a full-fledged cell carrier, and now the company is taking it one step further. Now, you can sign up for an Unlimited data plan, which starts at $70 per line for a single user, and gets cheaper the more people you add.
Oh, and it has a host of sweet Google-centric perks as a sweetener to the deal.
Google Fi just released an unlimited plan for $70
I’ve been a Google Fi subscriber since the invite-only stages, and it’s been great. The switching between networks is seamless, and I never find myself out of signal.
Since those early days, the pricing has always been $20 per line for unlimited texts and calls, with $10 per Gig of data used. Now, Fi is adding an unlimited plan, with some pretty sweet added extras if they’re things you’ll use.
- $70 per month if you’re a single user, progressively lowering per line added to $45 per line if you have four to six lines on your account
- Unlimited high-speed data up to 22 GB/person & slower after. Video may stream at DVD-quality (480p)
- Free international calling to over 50 destinations
- 100GB of cloud storage with Google One for every member on your plan (A $2 per month value)
- Swap between pay-as-you-use data and the Unlimited plan at any time
You don’t need a specific Fi-enabled phone anymore either, just check your compatibility using Fi’s tool, and you can bring your existing handset.
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