You’re not going to choose a wireless plan in the blink of an eye, but you can easily educate yourself on whether or not a particular carrier offers what you want. It’s possible one of the carriers you consider will be Project Fi. To help you know about its sole wireless plan, Google has created the Fi Fit Quiz.
All you have to do is go through a couple of questions and you’ll know if trying Project Fi would be worth your time.
First you’ll have to tell Google where you live and where you go often. Remember that Project Fi doesn’t work on its own network. Instead, the service utilizes three carriers’ networks. Every Project Fi customer switches between networks belonging to T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular to get the strongest connection possible. So, if you’re an existing customer with one of them and you’re happy with the service, Project Fi immediately becomes appealing as you can an additional two networks to use.
After scoping out the area, the Fi Fit Quiz asks you to compare your current wireless plan with a possible monthly bill from Project Fi.
Google’s wireless plan is a one-for-all design. Rather than choosing between plans, Project Fi makes you pay only for what you use. Talk and text are included $20, as is unlimited access to public WiFi networks. Any data you use on the network, though, is given at $10/GB; however, unused data is refunded.
Ready to take the Fi Fit Quiz? It’s live right now over on the Project Fi site.