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I recently switched to Google Fi and this is my experience in 2022

I've been with T-Mobile for 10 plus years and lived through a few data breaches. Unfortunately, one of the latest breaches got my information out there on the dark web. To say the least, I was not happy. I've been getting calls that I never received before and I even received a notice that my SSN was out there as well amongst other personal identifiable information. T-Mobile tried to make things right and sign those up who were impacted for a credit monitoring service for free for the next two years but that did not seem enough for me. So, I started looking at other cell phone providers in the US.  I'll save time and say that AT&T and Verizon seem way too expensive for me so I went with Google Fi. At the time I signed up 2 lines for $128 dollars per month. This was about the same amount I was paying so I was mostly fine with it. Although, I was hoping to save some money. I also like that I got the same features as I had with T-Mobile. The main ones being unlimited talk,

Google Fi nearly stole me away from T-mobile with their new unlimited plans

  I really considered leaving my pretty sweet T-Mobile plan for Google Fi today after hearing the announcement of some new affordable plans. If you didn’t know Google unveiled new Fi plans called Simply Unlimited where they removed some features to bring the price down. I was looking at bringing over 3 lines where I would pay $90 a month plus tax and fees. A good-sounding deal, right? Especially for unlimited talk, text, and data. I currently pay around $135 a month for 4 lines of unlimited everything and I would really like to get this monthly bill to $100 or less. But I found my gotcha moment relatively quick once I looked at the features that are cut out on the website. I was cool with most of the feature cuts Google made but I tend to rely on tethering my phone to devices. If this was included even at lower speeds a probably would have jumped on board. Oh well, I guess it wasn't meant to be. I’ll be monitoring any changes Google may make in the future and go from there. Link(s)