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Promoted 10-11-2016 by RevOne at 02:23 PM View Original Post
Google offers their Google Project Fi Mobile Phone Service w/ New Group Plan Option starting at $30/Month for Single Lines of service. Compatible Google Nexus or Pixel smartphone(s) required. Thanks DrRad
  • Plan Pricing:
    • $20 access fee for first line
    • + $10 per GB of data/month, per line
    • + $15 access fee for each additional line (up to 6 lines total)
  • Examples:
    • Single Line $20
      • Unlimited Talk & Texts
        • w/ 1GB Data (add $10) = $30/month
        • w/ 2GB Data (add $20) = $40/month
        • w/ 3GB Data (add $30) = $50/month
        • & More (up to 10GB plans available)
    • Two Lines
      • Unlimited Talk & Texts
        • w/ 2GB Data (1GB per line) $55/month
        • w/ 3GB Data (1GB one line, 2GB other line) $65/month
        • w/ 4GB Data (2GB per line) $75/month
        • & More (up to 10GB per line plans available)
    • & More Options (up to 6 lines total)
Plans Include:
  • Unlimited Talk & Texts in the US
  • Unlimited International Texting in 135+ countries
  • Full credit back for unused data
  • No data limits, no overage fees
  • No contracts
Google's Project Fi also offers select Google Project Fi Compatible Smartphones at a discount from $100 to $150 Off when purchased at sign up for a Project Fi service plan.
  • Available options:
    • Nexus 5X from $199 or $8.29/mo for 24 months
    • Nexus 6P from $399 or $16.63/mo for 24 months
    • Pixel (Pre-Order) from $749 or $31.21/mo for 24 months
    • Pixel XL (Pre-Order) from $769 or $32.04/mo for 24 months
  • Or bring your own compatible Google smartphone:
    • Pixel
    • Pixel XL
    • Nexus 6P
    • Nexus 6
    • Nexus 5X

Editor's Notes & Price Research

Written by RevOne

Click here for more info on Google's no-contract Project Fi mobile phone service backed by the T-Mobile, Sprint & US Cellular networks ~RevOne

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Edited October 11, 2016 at 12:53 PM by TattyBear
Project Fi [blog.google]

First line: $20
Additional line: $15

Flat-Rate Data: $10/GB (Domestic and International)

Unused data is refunded.

Devices:
Pixel $649
Nexus 6P $399
Nexus 5X $199
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Project Fi is...
1. NOT a good deal for heavy data users -
2. Potentially a great option for those who are light data users that do most things over Wifi
3. Potentially a great option for those who travel, service coverage in 135+ countries

It does have great customer service, per various peoples comments, as most of it is handled in house and not staffed elsewhere by people that some may find hard understanding.

It uses Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular networks.

$199 16GB Nexus 5X not in stock. Cheapest phone is the 32GB Nexus 5X for $249.

New iPhone support link added
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T-mobile's $30 plan is still better for data
Man. That's pretty cool, but I use like 13 GB per month so this is a rip for me. TU still.
doakie 42
Fi is good if you are on WiFi alot. This is the first month out of my 4 bills I actually used over a gig so most of the time my bills 25 bucks compared to the 92 in sprint I use to pay

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#4
Man. That's pretty cool, but I use like 13 GB per month so this is a rip for me. TU still.
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#5
T-mobile's $30 plan is still better for data
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Last edited by Truth-Serum October 11, 2016 at 12:27 PM.
#6
is the 5X better than the Nexus 6?
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#7
Quote from Truth-Serum View Post :
T-mobile's $30 plan is still better for data
Even for a family plan with 3 lines or 4lines, Fi might be better for upto 1GB of data,however if we go to 2GB (Tmo I have 2GB plan), Fi is more expensive.
So ultimately it depends on data usage.
Plus with TMo i have 15% corp discount, still expensive.
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#8
Both TMo and Sprint suck down here, so the Fi is gonna suck too...I wish they were better though since I really want to support them!!!
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#9
Fi is good if you are on WiFi alot. This is the first month out of my 4 bills I actually used over a gig so most of the time my bills 25 bucks compared to the 92 in sprint I use to pay
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is the 5X better than the Nexus 6?
The 5x is smaller and slightly slower. Both of these were released late last year. I just got the 6p last week. Nice thing is that I'm fairly certain both phones will work on all the major US carriers, but I'd verify first.
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is the 5X better than the Nexus 6?
yea. battery life is much better. Nexus 6 still a great phone but with Nexus 5x and 6p prices dropping hard not too
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#12
Love my Fi. Switched from T-Mo due to dead spots in my office and in the hospitals I work in. Great Sprint coverage in these spots however. Went from paying 65-70/mo with T-Mo to averaging 30/mo with Fi. Great for WiFi users like myself. - Just wish the Pixel was more affordable.
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#13
how does a switch between T-Mobile and Sprint network? can you see which network is being used? can you force it to use one and not the other? Sprint works well in my area but T-Mobile data is faster and more reliable. also does it try to use Wi-Fi for calls and if so can you disable this feature?

and it is $20 plus tax maybe and that's it right?

I think it's a great deal for someone who doesn't use much network data
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Last edited by zyx987 October 11, 2016 at 12:40 PM.
#14
Fi is good if you use little data. Also, you pay by the kb not the MB, so there is no worrying about going over your allotment. If you are on a 1GB plan and use 900MB, you pay 9 dollars. If you are on a 1GB plan and use 1.1GB, you pay 11 dollars.
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#15
Fi is great if you travel. TMobile is great too but you only get 2G speed. You can get 4G with Fi when you are outside USA/Canada
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