Google will soon be selling wireless services, including voice and data, to customers through two network giants – Sprint Corp and T-Mobile.
In broader terms, Google will act as an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator). It simply means that Google will not build any wireless towers but will take on lease the networks of Sprint and T-mobile.
A Google executive, Nick Fox, is leading this ambitious project, nicknamed ‘Project Nova’. Although Google did not disclose the price range of the cellular services, it is said that the company would offer them at cheaper rates than competitors.
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