When it comes to wireless carriers in the USA we end up talking about the 4 big rivals. Verizon Wireless and AT&T both top competitors next up is Sprint and T-Mobile who are all great at what they do, but imagine one day when purchasing a smartphone and leave out the middle man. How about Google as your mobile phone and wireless provider in the USA? (please sign me up). That day could be coming soon.
Google Inc. as a provider will start selling mobile phone service along with Android smartphones according to a number of news reports. Google will be using it’s service over Sprint and T-Mobile’s networks to make this cost effective. Google is expected to pay carriers $2 per gigabyte, that means they could choose to provide fast and cheap service that gives Verizon and AT&T something to worry about. Services should start soon with talks of launching this year 2015, we will know more details soon so be ready for that. What do you feel when it comes to Google becoming a services provider? Sound off guys and girl’s!!!
Source | Businessweek – The Wall Street Journal
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