Note this point that United States mobile users are going to be treated with an affordable international calls in the upcoming weeks or months, as Google’s main agenda is to allow US users access their smartphones globally at no extra costs, which in regards taking action while talking to the three major mobile operators to create a global calling network, which will be charged same as costs for aclls, text SMS messages and data usage of the consumer location. More details on what actually Google planning for that can be checked after this break.
The search giant is said that it is in talks with Hutchison Whampoa, the owner of the mobile operator Three, that will allow Americans to use their phones abroad at no extra cost, industry sources have disclosed, as per report comes from The Telegraph.
Ig Google partnered Hutchison, then it could gain an overall access to mobile service in the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland, Italy and several other countries, whereas the Hong Kong conjunction owns Mobile networks. Although, Hutchison was a nutral partner for Google in the plan, cause it already has sought to eliminate roaming charges for Three customers.
With the announcement of its plans regarding the launch of mobile network last month, Google won’t be building mobile masts but rely on wholesale deals to use existing infrastructure both at home and abroad ultimately. However, this move from the Big G maight effect on the pricing of what America’s top most mobile operators (AT&T, Verizon) profit margins, than their European counterparts.
The company described it as a “small scale” project, and Google calls it, could also use the project to encourage operators to invest in new technology to improve mobile coverage via Wi-Fi networks, which is in fact an adopted stratergy in the US fixed-line telecoms market with Google Fiber, it’s project to build fiber optic networks in cities where there has been a lack of investment in the internet infrastructure.
Accoording to the sources claims, Google in the past nor future has no plans to offer a mobile network to British consumers and is unlikely for the forceeable future. When compared the pricing, European telecoms market is relatively competitive and roaming charges are already on their way to being terminated by regulators.