Your Project Fi billing cycle
You’ll receive a copy of your monthly billing statement via email when it becomes available. The statement will also be available in the Project Fi app and on the website.
Your first statement
You'll get your first billing statement via email 1-2 days after your service is activated. You can see it in the Project Fi app or on the website once your service is activated. It’ll be marked "Preview – still finalizing" until you receive the email.
The total amount due in the first statement includes charges for the upcoming month for the following:
- Your monthly Fi basics (Calls, texts, Wi-Fi tethering & more)
- Your monthly data budget
If you’re paying for your device with monthly payments, you’ll also see the first payment here.
Learn more about the details of your Project Fi billing statement.
When to expect your monthly statement
In most cases, your billing cycle is set on the day you activate your service. So if your service started on June 4, your first billing cycle will end on July 4, your next on August 4, and so on.
However, if you activate your service on the 28th to the 1st, your billing cycle will be set to the 2nd of the month. For example, if you start your service on June 30, your first billing cycle will end on August 2, your next on September 2, and so on.
You’ll receive your statement via email 2 days after the end of each billing cycle. You can see the statement in the Project Fi app or on the website as soon as the billing cycle ends. It’ll be marked “Preview – still finalizing” until you get the email.
How your bill gets paid
10 days after your monthly statement becomes available, your bill is automatically charged to the primary credit or debit card on your account. Automatic payment is required for Project Fi.
Billing cycle FAQsCan I change my billing cycle or the date my automatic payment is charged?
Your billing cycle and the date your payment is charged to your card can’t be changed.
Manual payments are only available if your automatic payment fails to go through. Learn how to fix a declined payment.