Google to start Wireless Service for Smartphone’s users in the US
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According to the The Wall Street Journal , Google is all set to launch Wi-Fi service for the Smartphone users in the US. It was also reported the service is expected to launch by Wednesday in the US and will be associating with local wireless providers like AT&T and version.
Last month Google announced that the company will be launching free wireless service for the Smartphone users. But the company did not mention the exact time to start the service and said the service will be launch on limited service. One of the aims of the service is to free the users from the headache of roaming charges if they are out of station.
The service will be launch initially in the US and at first will only work on the Nexus 6. It is expected that the users will need to pay for the data they used and there will not be any bulk charges or any. The users will need to pay only when they make calls, listen to music or use apps.
Google is aiming to extend the service worldwide and is expected to deliver very soon.
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