Google Fi’s New Unlimited Plan Price Is Hard to Pass Up – Review Geek

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Google Fi is updating its Simply Unlimited and Unlimited Plus plans with better prices and more high-speed data. These changes are quite competitive and existing customers will see them on their next invoice. New customers can take advantage of the price change today and get up to $500 for a new phone.

Simply Unlimited Google Fi

Google Fi's new unlimited rates start at $50 for one line.

The Google Fi Simply Unlimited plan launched last year as a low-cost option for people who want unlimited data without a bunch of perks. If you have four or more lines on Simply Unlimited, you’ll only pay $20 per line, which is a great deal compared to other phone plans.

Here are the new prices of Simply Unlimited:

  • A line: $50 (previously $60)
  • two lines: $40 per line (previously $45)
  • three lines: $25 per line (previously $30)
  • Four or more lines: $20 per line (previously $30)

Google now includes 5GB of hotspot data with Simply Unlimited plans. Plus, it increases the high-speed data cap from 22GB to 35GB. After you go through that first 35GB of data, your speeds will be capped at 256kbps until your next billing cycle.

Unlimited Google Fi Plus

Google Fi's new Unlimited Plus rates start at $65 for one line.

If you travel a lot or need cloud storage, Google Fi Unlimited Plus is probably the plan for you. It includes 100 GB of Google One storage (per line), unlimited data, international calls, and the ability to add up to four lines of data only (which you can use for a laptop or tablet).

Here is the updated Unlimited Plus pricing:

  • A line: $65 (previously $70)
  • two lines: $55 per line (previously $60)
  • three lines: $45 per line (previously $50)
  • Four or more lines: $40 per line (previously $45)

Unlimited Plus members also get a new high-speed data cap of 55GB, more than double the previous limit of 22GB. After using 55GB of high-speed data, Google Fi will limit you to speeds of 256kbps.

Source: Google

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