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The leaked specs for the upcoming Google phone (aka the “Nexus One”) already indicated that the device was designed specifically for T-Mobile, though neither Google or T-Mobile confirmed it – until now.
Through information posted on internal T-Mobile systems, the carrier has confirmed that they’ll be handling “billing, coverage, features and rate plans” for the new phone, which will go on sale (but only through Google) starting January 5. Google is meanwhile sending out press invites for a January 5 press event. While a lot has been made about how Google hopes to shake up the U.S. wireless industry by selling unsubsidized phones and then letting consumers shop for a carrier, the excitement level drops substantially when the phone involved only really works on one carrier (unless you really enjoy AT&T EDGE connectivity).
The Internet has come a long way since its inception. There are now several different ways to get an internet connection. One can do this by inserting wireless internet card in computer or can use DSL. Apart from this, internet phones and ip phones are there as well to help people connect internet through phones. Internet telephony is not the last option available, wireless internet providers are there as well to offer internet connectivity.