The company says its Simply Unlimited plan, which previously started at $30 per month per line, now starts at $20 per month per line for customers with four or more lines. Other configurations have also dropped in price: the per-line monthly cost for customers with three lines is $25 instead of $30, two lines cost $40 instead of $45, and one line costs $50 instead of $60.
Google says it’s also bumping the high-speed data cap for Simply Unlimited customers from 22GB to 35GB per month. (Customers who exceed that limit will have to deal with a slower connection.) Simply Unlimited customers will also receive 5GB of data for mobile hotspot tethering as well as unlimited calls and texts within the US, Canada, and Mexico.
Similar changes are coming to the Unlimited Plus tier. Google says the monthly per-line cost has been reduced by $5 across the board, meaning that customers with four or more lines will pay $40 instead of $45. Other customers will pay $45, $55, or $65 per month for three, two, or one line on the plan, which is $15 to $20 more than people on the Simply Unlimited Plan.
Unlimited Plus customers will also get a high-speed data cap increase from 22GB to 50GB per month and unlimited mobile hotspot tethering in addition to the option of sharing data across four additional devices, 100GB of Google One cloud storage, and “international calls to 50+ destinations and international data abroad in 200+ destinations” they had before.
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“The Flexible plan will continue to help you save if you use less data,” Google says, “at $17 per month per line for four lines for unlimited calls and text, plus $10 per GB for data at home and abroad. We’re also adding unlimited calling within Canada and Mexico at no extra cost.”
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