Google Fi has long sold SIM cards at physical and online retailers, and Amazon is now offering those kits, which include a month of service, at a discount.

The Google Fi SIM Card Kit with $10 of bill credit normally costs $9.99 and is currently $7.20. The $50 Google Fi Simply Unlimited SIM Kit is $39.68 after a 21% discount and gets you a month of service. That tier includes 35 GB of high-speed data before being throttling kicks in, as well as:

  • 5 GB per month of hotspot tethering 
  • Data, calls, & texts within the US, Canada, and Mexico
  • Free calls to Canada and Mexico

Meanwhile, there’s a slightly deeper discount (27%) to the Google Fi Unlimited Plus SIM Kit from $65 to $47.20. You get 50 GB of data before the slowdown, unlimited tethering within the aforementioned cap with the ability to get data SIMs for tablets/laptops, and 100GB of Google One storage. You also get free calling to over 50 destinations and data when traveling outside North America.

It’s a bit surprising that these kits can even be discounted in the first place, and reflect more aggressive marketing from Google Fi in recent weeks:

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