- Google recently released a new Affordable Unlimited plan to the Google Fi MVNO wireless service.
- Simply Unlimited is now available as a cheaper version of the previous Unlimited plan, now called Unlimited Plus (formerly “Unlimited”).
- With all three different plans now, Fi is gradually becoming more like a traditional carrier.
When Google launched the MVNO known as Fi, there was a new plan called Flexible. Allows you to pay for your wireless service on a “on demand” basis, only for what you need.
In 2019, Google Fi added a new plan to its line-up called Unlimited.With the Unlimited plan, you pay a fee of $ 70 for your service, which helps you avoid monitoring the amount of data you use.Now Google is opening up. The second unlimited plan itself called Simply Unlimited, meanwhile, the previous Unlimited plan was now Unlimited Plus.
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That brings all three separate plan options to Fi: Simply Unlimited, Unlimited Plus, and the Original Flexible. With three different plans, Google Fi seems to go one step further than its original intention to become a traditional MVNO.
Google Fi plans: what’s the deal right now?
As of today, the Fi plans and essentials you need for each plan are as follows.
- resilient: This is the original “a la carte” plan, you only pay for what you use.
- Not limited to: This plan offers unlimited data, voice, and text across the United States, Canada, and Mexico.It costs $ 60 per month before taxes and regular fees.
- Unlimited Plus: The most premium Google Fi plan, as the name suggests, is the Unlimited plan with some extras.It costs $ 70 per month and includes mobile internet connections and international and data calls in addition to. Unlimited data, text and voice services
Regardless of which plan you choose, you’ll still be faced with throttling if you exceed 22GB of data over the course of a month. You can also get a discount if you add the item to your account.
For more information on Google Fi, see our explanatory article.