Google Fi is adding a less expensive unlimited plan with more limitations

Google’s MVNO wireless service adds another, more conventional plan option. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Google Fi has announced a basic, less expensive unlimited plan called Simply Unlimited in addition to its current unlimited offering, now called Unlimited Plus. The new plan costs $60 per month for a single line and forgoes a couple of features available on the more expensive plan: international data and mobile tethering. It’s the second time the MVNO has introduced a new unlimited plan, each marking a step toward a more conventional wireless plan pricing structure.

Simply Unlimited covers the expected basics of an unlimited cellular plan: unlimited data, calls, and texting in the US. While the newly dubbed Unlimited Plus (still $70 per month for one line) provides high-speed data and texting in over 200 countries for international…

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Author: Allison Johnson