Google’s Project Fi can make sense if you only use a smattering of data and want to save money, but it hasn’t been an especially good deal if you consume gigabytes like they’re going out of style. Thankfully, there’s now an unlimited option… of sorts. Google has introduced a Bill Protection feature that caps your data bill at $60 if you use over 6GB in a given month. In other words, $60 (plus your base bill) gives you as much data as you need. It’s not quite an unlimited plan in the strictest sense, though — it’s more of a bridge between Fi’s original approach and what incumbent US carriers offer.
Google’s Project Fi now offers unlimited data (with a catch)