Google may unveil its new wireless phone service as early as Wednesday, according to a new report.
The Wall Street Journal, citing anonymous sources, reports that the service will charge customers only for the data they use. The service will just be available for users of the company’s latest Nexus 6 smartphones, the Journal reports.
The project, which has been in the works for two years, is part of a broader effort by the company to make the Internet more accessible to users. Google has operated an ultra high-speed home Internet service provider in select cities for years.
To facilitate its wireless service, Google has made agreements to use Sprint and T-Mobile’s networks, according to the Journal.
Google declined to comment.
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