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.
A long time ago I wrote about the benefits of Google’s Project Fi, especially for international travelers. Full disclosure: I’m a T-Mobile customer, though security concerns as of late have me second guessing my decision. One of the issues I had with Project Fi was the lack of an unlimited data option. Well, Google effectively […]
Bills will cap out at $80, with throttling after 15GB of high-speed data.
Google announced a pretty major change to Project Fi today in the form of Bill Protection. Going forward, Project Fi is now essentially an unlimited data plan, where you only get charged for your call and texting plan ($20), along with up to 6GB of data (up to $60). If you use less, you pay … Continued Question of the Day: How’s Life With Project Fi? is a post from: Droid Life
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Google's Project Fi has built a reputation for being the simplest mobile carrier out there. You pay $10 per gigabyte for the data that you use, with the only fixed monthly fee being a $20-per-month charge for unlimited calling and texting. Show More Summary
Nearly every major wireless carrier offers an unlimited data plan. Now, Project Fi has joined them, thanks to a feature immediately active for all subscribers that stops charging you past a certain monthly limit.
Folks, we need to have a fresh talk about Google’s Project Fi. Today, Project Fi announced a new feature called Bill Protection. It’s a mostly terrible name because it doesn’t exactly sell what Google is doing here. I say that because...Show More Summary
Project Fi brings a new unlimited data plan into the mix with 'Bill Protection'
Bill Protection caps your monthly fee while adding more data and providing peace of mind.
"Bill protection" will help heavy data users cap what they spend.
With Project Fi, you have the ability to pay for what you use, which means it can be easier to control how much you pay a month for your smartphone plan. But that doesn’t mean every month is going to be the same, especially when it comes to consuming data, [...]
Google today rolled out a new plan for its Project Fi wireless service that lets people use more mobile data at a lower cost. Since launch, Project Fi has charged $10 per gigabit, pro-rated so people pay for exactly the amount of data they use. Show More Summary
It’s been nearly three years since Google first lifted the lid on Project Fi, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service that flits between Wi-Fi and the cellular networks of T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Three. Thus far, the pricing model has been fairly straightforward: $20 per month for unlimited calls and texts, plus $10 for […]
One less caveat to deal with on Google's carrier. Project Fi has always been a great solution for those who use less than about 4GB of data per month, but now Google's giving the nod to people who want more. A new feature called "Bill...Show More Summary
Google’s Project Fi cell service never played the “unlimited data” game that most carriers in the U.S. like to play (and which is never truly unlimited). Instead, Google simply offered data at $10/GB/month and would give you a refund for any data you paid for but didn’t use. Now, however, it’s taking its own stab at what is essentially an unlimited data plan. With… Read More
With Project Fi, we built our $10/GB “pay for what you use” pricing to put you in control of your phone plan and how much you pay for it. Today, we’re taking the next step in that journey with Bill Protection: a new take on a phone plan...Show More Summary
Google's Project Fi can make sense if you only use a smattering of data and want to save money, but it hasn't been an especially good deal if you consume gigabytes like they're going out of style. Thankfully, there's now an unlimited option... Show More Summary
If you don't use a lot of mobile data, Fi is still the way to go. It's hard to believe that 2018 will mark Project Fi's three year anniversary, but then again, I suppose time flies when you're saving heaps of cash each month on yourShow More Summary