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Google Fi Extends Payment Grace Period & Boost Full-Speed Data Limit for Limited Time

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Google Fi has just announced how it will be helping its customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Earlier today, the Sprint & T-Mobile MVNO announced that it will be extending its grace period for late payments to 60 days. This will help customers continue receiving full service while they have trouble paying their bill.

In addition to extending its payment grace period, the MVNO will be boosting its full-speed data limit to 30GB per user. This is applicable for both Flexible and Unlimited plan customers. Prior to this announcement, customers on a Flexible plan had a limit of 15GB and Unlimited plan customers had a 22GB limit. If more data is needed beyond the 30GB offer, customers can purchase it at $10 per GB for the rest of the billing cycle.

Google Fi has implemented a precautionary measure against the outbreak by operating with a skeletal workforce. This means that it may take longer than usual to get in touch with support.

Right now, Google Fi has no end date for the extended payment grace period and its full-speed data limit boost. Instead, it will continue to monitor "the evolving developments" so they can determine whether it's time to revert back to its standard policies.



Source: 9to5Google 

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