Google intros ‘Group Repay’ for Project Fi customers

A few months ago, Google launched group plans for Project Fi. Today, the tech giant has introduced a feature for group plans called ‘Group Repay’, which allows each line member to pay for their own share of data usage.

Project Fi plans run monthly, and now, each line member can pay for their own share of consumed data for any given period. Group Repay divvies up the total data usage for the month between the different users. Each amount of data is then converted into cost at the end of the period when the monthly bill arrives, and each plan member can pay for their share.

The splitting of the bill feature is completely optional and can be edited by the account holder in the Project Fi app under ‘Billing’. If gone through with, each member on a given group plan can enter their own bank or card information to pay for their share, and their payment information will be kept private from the others. The account holder can even send out reminders to each of the group members just to ensure that they pay on time. Built in Google Wallet support makes this process simple and quick. Hit the link below to learn more or drop us a comment.

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