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Google confirms plans to launch its own mobile service

Google’s Sundar Pichai has essentially confirmed reports that the company will become a wireless provider of sorts in “the coming months.” During his appearance at Mobile World Congress today, Pichai acknowledged that Google is working with “existing partners” to create its own MVNO, but stopped short of confirming that Sprint and T-Mobile are those partnering networks, as has been rumored. But he did reveal that Google has been in contact with Verizon Wireless and AT&T about its plans – likely to head off any potential ugly conflict between Mountain View and the largest, most powerful providers in the United States. “Carriers in the US are what powers most of our Android phones, and that model works really well for us,” he said.

Additionally, The Verge has an interesting article about just how far along Google’s Project Loon is.

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