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Is Google Set to Unveil Wireless Service Today?

Posted by: on Apr 22, 2015 | No Comments

Is Google set to launch a new wireless phone service? The number one search company in the world is possibly on the verge of launching its own wireless phone service in the US. If the reports are true, the search giant will piggyback off other carrier’s networks using the MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) method of operation. Reports say Sprint and T-Mobile will provide bandwidth and rewrapped services under a new price scheme for Google’s MVNO service for new customers. The strategies based on reports are that Google would credit its wireless users on the data they don’t use in their plans. Google’s data plan could truly put a hurt on the big wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon which charge customers a fix rate for data no matter how much you utilize. Rumors speculate that the service would allow users under the Google service to make calls via Wi-Fi networks when in range of a Wi-Fi hotspot. Google could really bring some unique features and services to the mobile market to shake things up.

The reports state that the Google wireless network would only support one mobile device at this stage of the development. That device is rumored to be the Google Nexus 6 phone. All this information seems to come from online leak information regarding a firmware image from a Nexus 6 phone. At this point, there  isn’t any way to verify this news or information but the rumor mill is spinning that Google could easily announce the wireless service today. So don’t go run out and buy a new Nexus 6 device until Google gives you the green light. This news is unquestionably an interesting development for the ultra competitive mobile market. I’m sure if the search giant decides to roll out a new wireless service the other providers will without doubt take notice. The TechGeniux staff will keep our eyes on the wire today if any news break and update this post with the any details!

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