Google, Charter Internet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook to Offer Unlimited Internet, Mobile Phone Plans for Kids
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Google and Charter Internet are set to introduce a new Internet service that will allow kids to get unlimited internet for just $10 a month.
Charter, owned by Verizon Communications, and Google, which owns YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and LinkedIn, have teamed up to offer the service to children under age 13 for $10.
Google says it plans to launch the service in 2019.
Google will also offer other family plans that will let kids use a phone and internet to keep the family connected.
The service will be offered by three providers: Google, Comcast and T-Mobile.
Internet Icon will be able to get a free Google Fiber Internet connection.
The company says it’s the first such offering for children under 13.
Google and Charter Internet are set to introduce a new Internet service that will allow kids to get unlimited internet…
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