Android data systems available on basic cellphones as free trial for consumers
Hood River, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/16/2012 -- Google is launching a new “Google Free Zone” for basic cell phone users in the Philippines.
The new zone would allow free access to many of Google’s online functions including search, email, and some Internet use.
The idea is a promotion to get people to buy a smartphone after experience the state-of-the-art technology offered by Google Android data processing systems. Three out of four smartphones sold around the world already have the data processing system, but Google wants more. By offering the “Free Zone,” they hope to expand by more than one billion users.
The new idea would allow basic Google applications like email and common Internet addresses, but once users try to access a site outside of those would trigger an invitation to sign up for the full data plan.
The main target for Google is people who have never seen the Internet before in particular countries. Google figures that once they see the options they have and the information they can learn, they will be inclined to buy a smartphone or data plan.
GFK, a research company that measures consumer usage, reported that Google has the right idea as there are still millions who have never had access to the new technology. Google believes that once they get a sniff of what cellphones can do, for example, creating business opportunities, the expansion will be unlimited.
Android deployment has been on a huge increase in the past few years, and with this new idea, could be on pace to take over the world’s cellphone market. The “Free Zone” is not only for mobile and can also be used on laptop PC’s and tablets, something that could further expansion.
If all goes as planned, Google aims to make millions off of the Free Zone within months. The expansion could be instantaneous and over time, could see the increase globalization of world economy.
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