Google announces mobile subscriptions for US market

Google has unfolded its plans for its own virtual provider. Users pay at the MVNO 20 dollars per month and then $10 for each gigabyte. Only users of a Nexus 6 can use the network.

Plans for Google Fi correspond to the description that The Wall Street Journal published on Wednesday. Users pay only $ 10 per GB for data and get back what they have not used. Therefore, it is a mix of subscription and prepaid. Google aims to use Wi-Fi networks, but as fallback, users can use both Sprint’s 4G network as that of T-Mobile. These are in the range the two lesser networks among major US providers.

It is not possible to become a client, only by request for an invitation.

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