Project Fi news: December 29, 2015

Google’s ProjectFi website displays these device options. They offer interest-free 2 year payments.

Device name | Full device price + applicable taxes | Pay over 24 months + applicable taxes
Nexus 5X ● 16GB $379 ● $15.79/month for 24 months
Nexus 5X ● 32GB $429 ● $17.88/month for 24 months
Nexus 6P ● 32 GB $499 ● $20.79/month for 24 months
Nexus 6P ● 64 GB $549 ● $22.88/month for 24 months
Nexus 6P ● 128GB $649 ● $27.04/month for 24 months

Our one simple plan starts with the Fi Basics for $20/month. It includes unlimited domestic talk and text, unlimited international texts, Wi-Fi tethering to use your phone as a hotspot, and access cellular coverage in 120+ countries.

How much can you save with ProjectFi?
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If you go over, you’ll still get full-speed data and data is charged at the same $10 per GB rate. For example, if you go over your data budget by 350MB, $3.50 will be added to your next bill.

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Compare

●●● Verizon
Verizon prepaid $30 /mo Unlimited talk and text and Wi-Fi Only data
Verizon prepaid $45 /mo Unlimited talk and text and 1 GB of data

●●● Google Fi
$20 Basic plan
$10 One Gb
$15.79 for 24 months Nexus 5X – 16GB
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$45.79 for 24 months then $30 afterwards

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Aside from the comptabile Nexus devices, there are unofficially supported cheaper options now such as the Moto X Pure Edition. And with a 24 month interest free payment plan, the entire consideration is price competitive. If you are the kind of person who can keep a phone for a number of years, the savings is worth consideration.
Discussion: plus.google.com/102014810775752690796/posts/YAqV8QMhYAF

Resources: (Click here)
Project Fi hub on AndroidCentral:
androidcentral.com/project-fi

Help center: 
support.google.com/fi/?hl=en#topic=4596407

FAQ:
fi.google.com/about/faq/

What about tablets?: There’s also a way to add a compatible tablet to your Project Fi life:
Find out more here. Shoutout to Android Central and CNET.
androidcentral.com/project-fi-introduces-data-only-sim-cards-limited-set-tablets
Discussion: plus.google.com/+AndroidCentral/posts/iYwGyfTRueF

Other info:
If you have GoogleVoice: What happens to your GoogleVoice setup:
support.google.com/fi/answer/6246240
engadget.com/2015/12/04/google-project-fi/