At a $20 price point, it could be hard for many consumers to justify subscribing to anything else.
“It is a remarkable offering with access to two major networks, availability in 120 plus countries, and the ability to control what you spend on data,” said Ken Wisnefski, founder/CEO of Webimax.
“It seems to compete with budget services like AT&T’s Cricket, but with the kind of connectivity Google is touting, the challenge could also be on T-Mobile and Sprint to make sure they aren’t cannibalizing their existing services.”
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