Published On: Tue, Apr 28th, 2015

Project Fi to mark up a new era by Google

Project Fi to mark up a new era by Google -Unique Times

Project Fi to mark up a new era by Google -Unique Times

Google has launched a new wireless cell phone service Project Fi that switches between Wi-Fi and cellular networks and will be hosted through Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon. Project Fi will work across multiple networks and seamlessly pick any of the networks that give the fastest and most reliable service. This service will allow us to make calls, stream media, browse the web and use apps simultaneously. This will helps us to make calls with our phone number from any devices including the PC or tablet. When using it in an open, public Wi-Fi, it ensures that the data is protected from hackers by encrypting it automatically. The service will cost $20 a month plus $10 per gigabyte of data used and for the unused data customers will get a credit back on their bill. Project Fi will be only supported by the Nexus 6 phones. However we might have to wait for a while since Google is allowing only a few networks to join its project. Sundar Pichai, Google’s products chief stated that the service scales will be limited but the main aim of this project is to encourage innovation of more wireless inventions and to do the same by the other carriers.

Bejoy George

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Project Fi to mark up a new era by Google