Jun 05 AT 1:47 PM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

Project Fi adds support for children to group plan


Project Fi, Google’s wireless carrier, is adding support for children younger than 13 to its group plan. The company introduced group plans for Project Fi in late 2016, but it was intended for friends and families with older children. With this latest change, parents can use their Google Account with Family Link, Google’s software for digitally managing family features, to add children under the age of 13.

With Family Link now integrated into Project Fi, parents have controls over their children’s data usage and devices. Parents can monitor data usage and set alerts for when children reach a certain point. Parents can also use the Family Link app to manage their children’s apps, monitor screen time, create content filters, and set time limits on when devices can be used.

Do you use Project Fi? Will this feature be of use to you?

Source: Google

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