Google has introduced its new US wireless service project “Fi”. It is a first project in the wireless industry, which will work only on the company’s Nexus 6 phones. It switches between Wi-Fi and cellular networks to curb data rules and keep the phone bills low.
It will cost $20 a month plus $10 per gigabyte of data used and user will get money back of unused data.
Google’s service could pressure wireless providers to further lower prices and better adapt to the rise of tablets and wearable devices. Some carriers like T-Mobile and AT&T allow unused data to roll over. Most mobile plans require customers to pay for a set amount of data each month…See more