Google’s Project Fi just keeps getting better and better.
Only a few weeks ago, the company announced that it would cap how much you’ll pay for data — so if you use more than 6GB of data, you won’t have to pay for it.
Project Fi is known for being relatively inexpensive for those who travel a lot.
While travelers will have to pay a per-minute fee for phone calls, they will still get data for the same $10 per 1GB rate, and in most countries text messages remain free.
That’s a pretty sweet deal.
Notable new countries you can travel to with Project Fi include Belize and Myanmar, though a full list of countries can be found here.