Google’s Sundar Pichai at MWC confirmed reports that the company will become a wireless provider of sorts in “the coming months.” he told that google is working with “existing partners” to create its own MVNO, but stopped short of confirming that Sprint and T-Mobile are those partnering networks, which are rumours flying around.But Sundar Pichai also told that Google was in contact with Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
Google wants to create a “seamless” link between cellular data and Wi-Fi networks. so could eliminate headaches like dropped calls, or at least make them far less of a hassle. “We’re trying to show innovations, like calls automatically reconnecting if someone drops on one end,” said Pichai. “Those are the kinds of ideas we’re pursuing with this project.”
“I think we’re at the stage where we need to think of hardware, software, and connectivity together,” said Pichai. “We want to break down the barriers on how connectivity works.” Consumers can expect to see “some of our ideas come to fruit in the next few months,” he said. Google’s I/O conference this May could be a sensible venue for announcing the service — assuming Google doesn’t have ambitions of launching even sooner.
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