Google on Thursday said it’s adding a new no-frills phone plan to its Google Fi wireless service, as the company tries to attract more customers with cheaper rates.
The new plan, called Simply Unlimited, offers only unlimited calls, texting and data. It’s the service’s new entry-level tier, stripping away extras like international calls and hotspot capabilities. (Those extra features will now be available with Fi’s second-tier plan, called Unlimited Plus.)
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