Google Fi has a new promo out to try and win back its former customers. The promo will give former customers up to 6-lines for free for the remainder of the year on an unlimited plan.
How To Get This Deal
To be eligible to return, you have to have a number that you can port in from a carrier that provides talk, text, and data services. You cannot just port a VoIP only number from a provider like Talkatone to Google Fi. It must be from a full service carrier.
If you meet this requirement, you can go ahead and accept the invitation from Google Fi. The invitation must be accepted by 10/21/2022. The email will also contain a promo code to use when signing up. All lines must then activate service within 30 days of accepting their invitation to join Fi and activate before 12/31/2022. But you'll want to activate service ASAP, as it will only be free for the remainder of 2022.
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Google Fi will give you account credits to cover the cost of your unlimited plan plus any taxes and fees associated with the plan.
Google Fi only offers two unlimited plans. Both are eligible for this promotion. The table below compares each plan that Google refers to as being "unlimited."
|Data, calls & texts within the US, Canada & Mexico
|International data roaming
outside Canada & Mexico
|Texts & calls while traveling outside
US, Canada & Mexico
20¢/min for calls
|Data included for tablets and other devices
|100GB Google One cloud storage
*Throttles to 256Kbps for the remainder of billing cycle after allotment is reached.
It is unknown if this offer will be expanded to include anyone wanting to try out Google Fi. Wireless providers have recently been amping up free trial offers particularly via eSIM and Google Fi does offer eSIM.
Google Fi's official deal terms make no mention of the offer being for former customers only. However, Slickdeals users report the emails that they received from Fi state "It's been a while since you've been a part of Fi, so we've got a special offer just for you."