Google is confident about upping its ante with its latest exclusive offering featuring Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MNVO) in its upcoming Nexus for 2015. While this brings cheer to Nexus fans, it also means that Apple could be late with its own game using MNVO. As for now we were focused on Apple releasing its iPhone 7 in September this year but thanks to the latest move by Google, we fear that MNVO might be the death knell for the iPhone forever. Thus, going by what we hear now, a large chunk of buyers might ditch the Apple iPhone for Google Nexus in 2015.
Speculations are rife that Apple will soon venture into MNVO arena but given that the service is hardly a profit maker, experts are not really confident. After all, Apple has always sold its devices for huge profit margins.
Google’s wireless service is termed NOVA and this will enable the giant to offer customers wallet friendly MNVO over carriers such as Sprint and T-Mobile. If this plan materializes then users will have app-based access to the wireless service and they will have to shell out only limited money based on their usage. This also means that a single plan will be applicable on data and calling for Nexus users with the latest 2015 release from Google.