New and cheaper unlimited plan introduced for Google’s Fi wireless service

Google’s Fi wireless service-News

Google’s Fi wireless service is avidly termed as a recommended option which has efficiently served Google Pixels users. However, the company announced a more affordable unlimited data plan, hoping to make Fi more appetizing to consumers.

The Simply Unlimited plan assures unlimited domestic data with Google’s partner networks, only without the standard international calling and data access. Google’s new plan offers a few ways to save money: for a single line, users play $60/month. For multiple users the per-device rate is now $45/month, and for three or more lines will require each user to pay only $30/month.

Google Fi is dependent on network partners viz., T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular for data access, and if you are using a phone exclusively designed for Fi, it will necessarily switch between whichever carrier offers the best signal.