Google continues its expansion into as many territories of the digital world as possible with its recent announcement to offer wireless service. Check it out here.
Called Project Fi, the service follows Google’s usual tack in offering early invitations to the program, starting on April 22. Initially, the service will only support the Nexus 6 smartphone, and requires a special SIM card.
Among Project Fi’s unique characteristics is that Google will only charge customers for data used, rather than a monthly fee. The service will debut with assistance from T-Mobile and Sprint, which allows users to seamlessly move between both companies’ LTE networks, as well as Wi-Fi, to maintain strong reception. Google also claimed that a user’s Project Fi phone number will live in the cloud, allowing calls to be made from laptops and tablets.