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Project fi Unlimited Plan

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Project fi just made a huge announcement about data plans.  On fi, you can roam from T-Moble, to Sprint, to, US Cellular. Your fi phone will choose the best network in the location you are currently in.  This comes at a cost of $10 per Gigabyte of data usage.  Heavy data users don't find this a very cost efficient plan but if you sip your dat wisely it can pay off month to month.  Fi will also reimburse you funds if you go over 1Gb and don't use the full Gb before the end of the plan.  It's a good deal.

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Now, anything over 6Gb is essentially free meaning, Project fi Unlimited Plan for $80.  It's called Bill Protection.  And technically, it's not unlimted.

 

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Once you've used 6 GB, data is free for the rest of the cycle. Up until 6 GB, you'll pay the same $10/GB of data that you've paid in the past.

You'll no longer pay upfront for data. Instead, you'll pay for the data you've used at the end of your billing cycle.

If you use more than 15 GB of data in a month (under 1% of current Project Fi users), you'll experience slower data speeds with Bill Protection. Once you reach 15 GB, you can opt out of slower data speeds by choosing to pay $10/GB for data above 15 GB and getting in touch with our support team.

 

 

Great! Now I can put my whole family on the plan and suck down some wicked data!  Not so fast.

 

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This whole thing really just brings fi in line with the rest of the carriers.  It's nice to see it though. What do you pay?

 

Interested in fi?  You can sign up without many obligations.  It's a month to month service.  https://g.co/fi/r/9WX36D  -  Use this link for a $20 service credit on your account.

 

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