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$20 / mo for unlimited talk & text
$10 / GB for data, up to 6GB (no additional charges after that)

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Last Edited by opfreak November 29, 2018 at 05:08 AM
T-Mobile ONLY (no network switching)

unless you have a google-fi phone.
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The 200 service credit for BYOD seems intriguing. It sounds like you can get about 2-3 months of free service just by signing up with an eligible phone and then cancel and go back with another MVNO once the service credit is used up.
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The 200 service credit for BYOD seems intriguing. It sounds like you can get about 2-3 months of free service just by signing up with an eligible phone and then cancel and go back with another MVNO once the service credit is used up.
edit: nope, I was looking at something else.
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Very interested in trying Fi's data only plans if the flat rate international data works for iPhone. However it looks like data plan is only available as add-ons for users with other Fi services?
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how this is better when you get unlimited data with talk and text for $45 from xfinity?
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how this is better when you get unlimited data with talk and text for $45 from xfinity?
Because if you live and work where there's wifi (as millions of people do), you can basically get all the service you need for about $20 a month.

Does your xfinity plan also provide international high speed data in 170 countries at the same $10/GB rate that Google Fi does?
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Must port in number that has been active since 8/28/18
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New Google Fi users must transfer (port-in) their current personal number over to Google Fi during sign up. The number being transferred must be currently active and have been active with the previous carrier and the user since 8/28/18 12:00 AM PT.
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Very interested in trying Fi's data only plans if the flat rate international data works for iPhone. However it looks like data plan is only available as add-ons for users with other Fi services?
Where do you see a data only plan from Fi? I also saw someone on another thread mention about multiple sims for same line. I dont find this info on their webpage. Or maybe my search skills need an overhaul. Any links handy please?
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Very interested in trying Fi's data only plans if the flat rate international data works for iPhone. However it looks like data plan is only available as add-ons for users with other Fi services?
curious too
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Because if you live and work where there's wifi (as millions of people do), you can basically get all the service you need for about $20 a month.

Does your xfinity plan also provide international high speed data in 170 countries at the same $10/GB rate that Google Fi does?
Xfinity and Spectrum have plans for 1 GB of data with unlimited talk text for <$15. They have their own hotspots. 1GB of data can be shared by multiple lines.
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I recently switched to AT&T's unlimited plan and I got used to using 15+ GB/month lol. With my family plan, we pay around $50-60 per person.

I'd love to get rid of at&t, but Google Fi would be more expensive for us. Unless we really made an effort to save data.
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apples to apples, its not. except that Google Fi has no contract and Xfinity will lock you in for 1 or 2 yrs.
Xfinity has no service-plan contracts. They do have device payment plans, but nothing that will lock you in servicewise
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Google FI is only ideal for those that don't use data at all while on the road! $20/month.
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