Google Fi has added a new wireless plan to its lineup. It's a $60/month "unlimited" plan called "Simply Unlimited." It's basically a stripped-down version of Google's more expensive "Unlimited Plus" plan that costs $70/month. The MVNO announced the plan today in a blog post.
The new Simply Unlimited plan comes with the same amount of high-speed data as the Unlimited Plus plan, 22GB, but removes a lot of the extras. It does not include international data, hotspot, Google One cloud storage, or even the option to use the plan with data-only devices. A chart detailing the differences between the two plans is below.