Google needs no-value worldwide roaming for its telephone service
Google might not have grand ambitions for its upcoming mobile community, however the firm might nonetheless have a couple of intelligent tips up its sleeve. The Telegraph claims that Google is speaking to wi-fi big Hutchison Whampoa, the proprietor of Three (and shortly O2), about letting American clients roam at no additional value on the overseas service’s networks. In different phrases, you would go on Instagram photograph excursions of locations like Hong Kong or the UK with out dealing with an outrageous telephone invoice whenever you get residence. Neither of the businesses are commenting, however Hutchison Whampoa can be a really logical companion. It already lets its clients roam in different nations (together with the US) as in the event that they have been at house — in a means, a Google deal would merely be returning the favor.