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Google's Project Fi offers unlimited plan

2018-01-18 13:40 by


The Google Project Fi wireless service has added an unlimited data plan similar to those offered by carriers AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile. The feature is rolling out today to individual subscribers and group plans.

Project Fi normally costs $20 for the first line, $15 for each additional phone line, $10 for each additional tablet, and $10 per 1GB of data. With Bill Protection, you won't pay more than $80 a month for call, text, and data charges on a single line, regardless of how much data you use.

With Bill Protection, the data charge is capped at $60, no matter how much data the customer uses. Combined with the $20 base charge, this means that Project Fi users now have access to an unlimited data plan for $80.

There is a catch though. Once a user reaches 15 GB of data in a month, their data speed will be throttled to a measly 256 kbps, which is only good for basic online services. Google, however, noted that less than 1 percent of Project Fi users consume that much data. Users who would like to access unthrottled speeds beyond 15 GB will have to pay the regular $10 charge per 1 GB consumed.

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