Hey guys this will be a quick update video
about Google Wireless Service. Google has stepped its wireless game by announcing its long-anticipated wireless
service in the United States, called Project Fi.
Google with this will charge customers quite differently. Typically, smartphone owners
pay wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon a bulk rate for a certain amount of data.
Google says it will let customers pay for only what data they use on their phones, from
doing things like making calls, listening to music and using apps, potentially saving
them significant amounts of money. For now will only be available on Google’s Nexus
6 smartphone. Google is hoping to expand into how the cellular
and wireless connections themselves are delivered to you.
Google said it would offer one plan at one price. For $20 a month, you get voice, text,
Wi-Fi tethering and international coverage. Then it’s $10 per gigabyte per month. But
if you don’t use all of the data you bought, Google refunds you for what you didn’t use.
Google isn’t just offering a different way to charge customers. It will also offer a
new technology to allow users to switch between cellular and Wi-Fi signals. The nascent technology
will help Google to keep costs down, and help customers avoid relying on cellular networks
that are often overburdened by wireless traffic. Google isn’t building its own wireless network
to do this. Instead, the Internet giant has reportedly made a deal with US carriers Sprint
and T-Mobile to use their networks. So thats it for this video guys if you liked
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