April 6, 2015
Google, according to the newspaper The Telegraph, would be in negotiations with a series of mobile phone networks, including The Three in the United Kingdom, to be able to offer its customers the possibility of making calls or making use of data from their mobile on abroad, with the same rates and without extra cost.
What Google proposes is to create a global network in which users pay the same for their messages, calls and data, no matter where they are, so the agreement with the operator could extend its network to the countries where it operates. Its intention is not to create its own infrastructure but to take advantage of the existing one, both in the United States and in other countries.
via Google prepares a free global mobile network to end roaming charges.
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