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Google Fi is going back its COVID-1 9 associated freebies. Starting September 3, full-speed data limits for Flexible and Unlimited users will return to 15 GB and 22 GB, respectively. Non-payment of statements three days after the billing deadline will too to be translated into a shutdown of services that are, down from 60 periods.

Following an extremely generous offer aimed at helping those in need during the pandemic, Google Fi has announced a rollback of its special dispensations related to COVID-1 9.

Announced back in April, the Google-owned MVNO was allowing all users 30 GB of full-speed data use, up from 15 GB for consumers on the Flexible plan and 22 GB for consumers on the Unlimited plan.

That policy will now be reverted starting September 3, and both Flexible and Unlimited plan consumers will go back to their pre-COVID data covers of 15GB and 22 GB, respectively. Once these limits have been surpassed, users’ internet use will be throttled to 256 kbps. Disappearing back to full-speed data will require a charge of $10 per GB for the rest of the billing cycle.

Similarly, starting September 3, Google Fi will too intention its provided kindnes age policy granting parties to defer payments up to 60 dates past their billing deadline. The grace date will now revert to the default three days, after which Google will shut off most assistances, like making and receiving calls and textbooks or using data.

If you’re still experiencing difficulties due to the pandemic, nonetheless, Google is promising to offer special consideration to those who need it: ” While we’re returning to our standard programmes, we still want to be there to help. If you are experiencing COVID-1 9 related financial rigour, please contact us to see if your note qualified for additional support.”

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