Google announced its own wireless service on Wednesday called "Google Fi." It's very restricted, and only works by invitation and its exclusive to Google's Nexus 6 phone. It uses both Sprint and T-Mobile cellular service along with Wi-Fi, and it switches between those to whatever has the best coverage. It costs $20 a month for unlimited talk and text, including international text. It does not include data though, but it only costs $10 a month per gigabyte. If you don't use all of the data you're paying for, you'll get reimbursed. No contract and its very straightforward.
Google's Nexus 6 smartphone was made available for pre-orders on Thursday, October 29, and sold out in just 20 seconds. This is Google's latest smartphone that runs pure Android, and will feature the brand new version of Android called 'Lollipop.' Nexus phones in the past have been less expensive with more modest specs, intended mostly for Android software developers. Nexus 6, however, features a larger 6 inch display and is more competitive with other flagship phones on the market.