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Google launches its own Mobile Network: Fi Network

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Last month, Google announced its plans to make international roaming free. Now they has decided to become your
mobile network carrier as well. The company has debuted a US wireless
service that is capable of switching between cellular networks and Wi-Fi
in order to keep data use and phone bills to a minimum.
The Google-run network, dubbed Project Fi, is only available through
invitation and currently supports only the Google Nexus 6 phones and
will be hosted through Sprint Corp and T-Mobile’s networks. The network
is supported in 120 countries without roaming charges.  
Google is selling the
basic phone service for $20 a month plus $10 per gigabyte of data used. For the unused data, users will get their money back that means google will only charge customers for
the amount of cellular data that they use each month, instead of a flat
rate. 

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Project
Wi-Fi initially will only be sold to a narrow US audience that owns the
Nexus 6, a smartphone that Motorola Mobility made with Google’s help.
Google’s
pricing setup makes Project Fi less expensive than most of the
comparable plans offering by the four biggest wireless phone carriers –
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.

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