While Google continues to build out “cell towers in the sky” in the form of balloons and solar-powered airplanes, it’s also gearing up to launch an experimental mobile network in the U.S. Today, Google’s SVP of products, Sundar Pichai, said that we should start to see the results of the company’s MVNO mobile network effort in the “coming months” in the U.S., merging cell and WiFi networks in a “seamless” way.
The comments were made today at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where Pichai was on stage for an interview where he described the company’s efforts in a bit more detail when asked about the company’s mobile network efforts and specifically the MVNO.
On the subject of a Google branded network in the form of an MVNO, Pichai referred to Android and how it has built that out.
“The core of Android and everything we do is to take an ecosystem approach and [a…
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