Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) have been around for a while now, but a handful of moves by competitors have demonstrated that the service really can be a viable low-cost alternative to the main group of cellular network providers.
Nexus owners will soon have greater control over their data management as Google has announced that it will be releasing Wi-Fi Assistant for all Nexus devices in the US, Canada, Mexico, UK, and Nordic countries.
By now you may have heard of the incident that happened in France killing 84 individuals during their celebrations for Bastille Day. Google, along with US carriers AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, have put out press releases indicating that each will allow unmeasured free calls and texts in and out of France.
Up until now, Project Fi customers have had the pleasure of paying for only what data they use up, even when traveling abroad. However, that data hasn’t always been up to speed, but now it is! And it costs no extra!
An update has been sent out to Google’s Project Fi application giving it support for U.S. Cellular. The update is live in the Play Store now.