Google is reportedly entering the wireless business, and is working with Sprint and T-Mobile to sell mobile plans using their cellular networks.
Google would pay the companies for access to their networks, The Information reports, and by using bandwidth from carriers instead of building its own network, Google would launch a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). Because Google would be in charge of its own network, it would be able to better control the experience users have on its devices. The project — codenamed Nova — is not expected to be up and running anytime this year, according to CNET.
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