Saturday, 18 August 2018

Google's Project Fi MVNO is not cheap...or is it?

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Thursday 23 April 15

New U.S. mobile service costs $10 per GB of data when using Sprint, T-Mobile networks; WiFi access is free.

Google on Thursday launched its hotly-anticipated MVNO service under the brand name Project Fi. As expected, the Internet giant will allow customers to pay for exactly the amount of mobile data they use, but the jury's still out on how compelling its price plans really are. As the name indicates…

Google on Thursday launched its hotly-anticipated MVNO service under the brand name Project Fi. As expected, the Internet giant will allow customers to pay for exactly the amount of mobile data they use, but the jury's still out on how compelling its price plans really are. As the name indicates…

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