For the first time, Google is adding a Google Fi Unlimited plan.
Since Fi’s launch in 2015, Google has had one plan, the Fi Flexible plan, that gives you the flexibility to pay for just the data you use.
The new Unlimited plan gives you unlimited data, calls and texts at a low cost for multiple members of your family. You’ll also be covered when you connect with friends and family at home or abroad, as the new plan includes free international calls from the U.S. to 50 countries and territories, and unlimited data and texting abroad in 200 destinations at no extra charge (and with no setup required).
The Unlimited plan also comes with a Google One membership with 100 GB of cloud storage and extra benefits like expert support across Google, discounts on Google products, and more. Plus, if you’re using an Android device, you can automatically backup your phone to keep all of your important files and photos safe.
With the Unlimited plan, Google will reduce speeds after 22GB of usage per person in a given month (this applies only to the heaviest data users, less than 1 percent of Fi's current users). Google may also optimize video streaming quality to 480p (DVD quality).
The Unlimited plan gives you peace of mind knowing that you can reach family and friends wherever they are, while keeping costs low. If you prefer to just pay for the data you use, the existing Flexible plan isn’t going anywhere. And as always, Fi has no contracts or activation fees.
To help you get started, until September 18, you can get 50 percent off a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3XL when you purchase and activate on Google Fi. You can also join today with your own phone by checking its compatibility.