Ars Technica: Google Fi gets a cheaper “unlimited” plan, bundled cloud storage

Ars Technica: Google Fi gets a cheaper “unlimited” plan, bundled cloud storage. “Google Fi, Google’s MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) cellular service, is launching a second plan for users today. Besides the original pay-per-megabyte plan with unlimited calls and text, Google Fi is now launching a full blown ‘Unlimited’ plan (with throttling after 22GB) for $70, and it comes with 100GB of cloud storage thanks to a bundled ‘Google One’ membership.”

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