It's a compelling option for saving some cash on unlimited service @ $40/mo + cash back on new accounts. However it's somewhat inconsistent. All of the advertising says up to 200mbps however, it's usually about 5 mbps and worse. I tested out a Pixel that was on their preferred list of phones and it was just as slow as my OP 8 Pro. Sporadically it will go up to 20-25mbps for speeds but, not too often. Figuring the OP 8 Pro has more than enough channHoels compatible with just about every US carrier it should be doing better than your average cheap-ish phone when testing out carrier networks. A bad sign was when going to a VZW store and the EE's didn't have a clue what Visible is when it's a VZW MVNO that uses their network. I had been using Google Fi for years and it uses T-Mobile / US Cellular (Sprint / before merger) for connectivity. How)ever if you're not using a Pixel or a preferred handset it only ends up using TM. Which is fine as they have great coverage / decent speeds. The only draw back of GFI is the per GB pricing @ $10/GB. I installed a new Android HU in my car and added Amazon Music / live Google Maps (google earth) that had been disabled by the OEM NAV system) so, needed to switch things up for data. The OEM Nav system didn't use that much data so I added a 2nd sim to GFI as it only added maybe $3/mo at most when deviating outside of my cached area. Visible is clocking quite a bit of data though when driving around w/ Maps / Music open. Coverage seems alright as I don't completely disconnect long enough to notice on either app but it does leave something to be desired. So, I dug into some MVNO info for TM Unlimited plans and found a sweet spot for pricing @ $30/mo with Mint Mobile. This should work well w/o the confines of GFI (~$23/mo w/o data) and Visible @ $40/mo but with slow speeds. Just downloaded the MM app to the phone and ordered a test sim for $0 w/ shipping to prep for the end of cycle switch from Visible to Mint and save $10 in the process and unlock the true speed of the phone again on a proper network. I've worked on these carrier networks in the past over the years and there was a point when VZW was impressive for speeds but, it seems they've managed to not be competitive and ATT well, that's pretty useless as they just don't really compete they just sustain. Both ATT / VZW went the mmWAVE route and it bit them in the @$$ to the point they spent billions on more spectrum to get better signal penetration / coverage to compete with the underdog.