Google Wanted To Subsidize A $9.99 Unlimited Data Plan For Android Phones

Posted on Apr 26 2012 - 6:36am by Editorial Staff

The ongoing Oracle and Google trial revealed that T-Mobile back in 2006, the company wanted to turn the carrier plan pricing structure. According to the search giant calculation, customers would pay $9.99 a month for unlimited data. Google figured that its own services — Gmail, search, and so on — would consume about 15MB a month, a figure likely estimated to be far lower in 2006 than it is today.

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