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Google's new Project Fi offers low-cost wireless phone service
Google's new Project Fi offers low-cost wireless phone service

Google Inc. changed the way people surf the Internet. Now the search giant is trying to make waves in the wireless world. The Silicon Valley company unveiled a new cellular service that allows consumers to pay only for the data they use, buying it in 1 gigabyte chunks at $10 a piece and offering a credit for what goes unused. The service will cost $20 a month for talk and text with data charges on top of that, Google said Wednesday. But the more significant part of what Google dubbed Project Fi could be the way it works. The service will use more than 1 million free Wi-Fi hot spots and the mobile networks of Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile US Inc. to make seamless connections throughout the U.S....

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