Thursday, April 23, 2015

Google launches Project Fi mobile phone network

Google Inc. rent voice and data capacity from two existing operators; Sprint and T-Mobile and use wifi hotspots.
Project Fi now will be offered to latest Smartphone Nexus 6 users. Google Fibre’s roll-out fibre optics cables which giving the full control of the service.
As per expert, running a mobile virtual network, which is dependent on rival’s equipment - might limit Project Fi's impact.
"The example of MVNOs in the US and elsewhere suggests that it's hard for their operators to dramatically change the industry because of their nature," said Ian Fogg from the IHS Technology consultancy.
"But the past isn't always a guide to the future.
"No-one would have thought that a handset manufacturer could transform the mobile industry by teaming up with one network - but that's what happened with Apple and AT&T when the iPhone launched.
"And Google itself has repeatedly shown that it is capable of changing the direction of an industry by entering it."
The company has recently revealed 4G Data for its subscribers which will be automatically switches between 4G Signals by Sprint and T-Mobile depend on strong networks.

"As you go about your day, Project Fi automatically connects you to more than a million free, open wi-fi hotspots we've verified as fast and reliable," Google said on its blog.
"Once you're connected, we help secure your data through encryption. When you're not on wi-fi, we move you between whichever of our partner networks is delivering the fastest speed, so you get 4G LTE in more places."

When alternatives are not available, users will also be able to use 3G and 2G signals.
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