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Google could test Project Loon with Indian telecom operators

The Google concept of providing rural cellular connectivity from specially designed balloons, dubbed Project Loon, could be tested on the vast Indian subcontinent, according to reports. According to The Economic Times, Google is having discussions with multiple service providers in India, including BSNL, about piloting...

Google Project Loon looks to connect 100M in Indonesia

Project Loon uses balloons to provide LTE Internet access; Indonesian trials set for 2016 Google Project Loon, in partnership with service providers Indosat, Telkomsel and XL Axiata, plans to begin testing delivery of LTE Internet access via balloons floating over Indonesia in 2016. Project Loon VP...

Google bringing Wi-Fi to Indian train stations

Is partnership with rail service setting stage for larger service rollout? As service providers and venue owners race to support connectivity in crowded public spaces, Google appears poised to make major inroads into the India market through a partnership with RailTel. RailTel runs a large transportation...

Google to bring nationwide, free Internet to Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is looking to take advantage of Google’s initiative to outfit the world with Internet access. The remote Asian country of about 20 million people has signed a deal with Google to take part in Project Loon. Officials said Google's Project Loon will outfit the country...

5 Google projects that could change the world

Technology juggernaut Google changed the way we search with its proprietary algorithims. But the oft-secretive company is constantly working on technologically impressive, forward-leaning projects that have the promise to push broadscale change for billions of people around the world. Here's a look at five...

Global Telecom: Google partnering with Telstra

Google plans air deployment Google is partnering with Telstra, the biggest cellular operator in Australia, for the next testing phase of Project Loon, Google's plan to make Internet available to remote parts of the world by launching balloons that carry antennas. The antennas send 4G equivalent...

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