Amazon now stocks Google Fi SIM cards for your travel needs

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    Google Fi might be one of Google’s best services yet, delivering $10 per GB of mobile data in almost every country around the world. It’s possible to buy them via Google’s store, Best Buy, and several other avenues, but you can now get them via the behemoth that is Amazon.

    The Fi Twitter account confirmed the news, and the SIM package retails for the standard $10 price seen elsewhere (along with $10 credit on your first bill). Do note that it requires activation in the US, so you’d better do that if you intend to use the SIM card on international travels.


    Otherwise, Google Fi offers unlimited or flexible plans to suit your needs. The unlimited plan retails for $70 a month and gives you unlimited data up until 22GB (throttling thereafter). You also get free texts locally and abroad, as well as free calls to 50+ countries.

    The flexible plan sees you paying $20 a month, plus $10 per GB until 6GB. Exceed 6GB and Google will no longer charge you for mobile data, throttling you after 15GB of usage.

    Regardless of the plan you choose, you can gain even more savings by adding more people to your plan. You can check out the Google Fi listing on Amazon via the button below.

    Google Fi SIM card Google Fi SIMs now via Amazon
    Google Fi offers mobile coverage at $10 per GB in over 200 countries around the world. You have the choice of unlimited or flexible plans, with the former option not charging you for data after 6GB of usage.
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