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    Cellular service has turned us very dependent on carrying the web in our pockets (and even on our wrists). That dependency can translate to convenience until the data is inaccessible or cost prohibitive. That is often the case for international travelers who face high roaming costs if using their US carriers (unless you are a T-Mobile customer and on a plan of $50 or more per month – free international data). It was only a matter of time before Google brought their weight into the cell service arena and they did it without having to build a single wireless tower. For US service, the new Google phone service, called Project Fi, will use Sprint and T-Mobile for phone service. In fact, it will automatically switch between carrier towers depending on the strength of the provider. The New Google Phone Service Signing up To sign-up, you will need to request an invite. These invites are only issued to gmail users, not users that have their own domain with a Google Apps... The post Google Launching Low Cost Cell Service With International Data Included – As Little As $30 Per Month appeared first on Running with Miles.

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