November 29, 2020
Technology News

Google Fi now sells the Pixel 4a on a subscription plan for $9 a month – Ars Technica

Google Fi is Google’s MVNO (Mobile virtual network operator) business. It resells cellular service from T-Mobile and US Cellular with a bunch of Google Voice-style features on top, like Web-based texts and voicemail. Fi offers two forms of billing: the first is a pay-as-you-go plan where your monthly bill is $20 for unlimited texts and calls plus $10 per GB of data you use. Google likes to call the billing “$10 per GB of data,” but data billing isn’t actually in 1GB increments; you’ll be billed…

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