Google's new wireless service will have you thinking differently about your phone plan.
takes a different approach to mobile service. It switches between Sprint and T-Mobile networks, as well as Wi-Fi hotspots -- depending on which is the better connection. The tech behind it may sound complicated, but the pricing is straightforward and simple: customers are only charged for the data that's used every month at a flat rate of $10/GB.
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