Google’s wireless service is about to kickoff and could it make consumers happy?

Google's wireless service is about to kickoff and could it make consumers happy?

Barcelona – A month ago at Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona it was first announced that Google is planning to launch its own phone service.

Today it is reported by the Wall Street Journal that Google will launch it tomorrow. However, the service will only be available on Nexus 6 headsets, Sprint and T-Mobile networks. Which should have the strongest signal is yet unknown.

The best thing about this is that this wireless service will only let consumers pay the actual data being consumed on a particular month, further when you make a call or send data you can proceed via Wi-Fi, this could mean that you can save through reduced monthly bills.

Google‘s cross threshold with phone service clearly disturb the wireless industry, on the other hand consumers can rejoice because this could mean lesser phone bills per month.

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