Lawsuit claims that Google MVNO Project Fi charges for Wi-Fi usage
According to Beecher's complaint, which is seeking certification from the court to become a class action lawsuit, Google is allegedly taking credit for all data that a Project Fi customer uses, even data that travels over Wi-Fi. If true, this would inflate the bills being paid by Project Fi subscribers. Google charges Project Fi members $20 per month for unlimited talk and text, and $10 for each GB of data that the customer expects to use for the month. With the new Bill Protection plan, an individual never pays more than $60 a month for unlimited service. This is a sliding scale, and for an account with 6 people, each person never pays more than $30 a month for unlimited service.
Beecher claims in his complaint that Project Fi overcharged him $200 during his first three months, for data that Google did not provide. Similar complaints have been discovered on the Project Fi support forum, and on Reddit.
You can check out the complaint (via pdf) by clicking on this link.