Google’s mobile network reportedly launches this week, but don’t get too excited… yet

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Google Fiber has shaken up the ISP market in the US, at least in the handful of markets in which it’s offered. So, you may be expecting the company’s forthcoming mobile network offering to do something similar. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, a big differentiator is that the service will charge users for the data they use rather than for pre-bought data packages. The WSJ says the service could be launched as soon as later today, working as an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) on top of Sprint and T-Mobile. You’ll need a Nexus 6…

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