WSJ: Google will roll out its wi-fi service tomorrow
The Wall Road Journal has simply reported that Google plans to launch its very personal telephone service beginning tomorrow. The plan was first introduced over a month in the past at Cellular World Congress in Barcelona, however the WSJ has since unearthed extra particulars about it. The service will initially solely be out there on Nexus 6 handsets and can piggyback on Dash and T-Cellular networks — it’s going to change between the 2 relying on which has the strongest sign. Most intriguing, nevertheless, is the revelation that the wi-fi service will let clients pay just for the info they eat per thirty days. What’s extra, it’s going to additionally allow you to go for WiFi for calls and knowledge, which might scale back payments much more. There’s not a lot else we find out about Google’s first stab at operating its personal telephone service, but when its aim is to shake up the wi-fi business, it appears prefer it definitely will.