Finally Google has announced about the launch of its Project Loon. We all know that the Google’s Project loon was started before the couple of years and now it is in the launching stage. Google plans to launch its Project Loon with 1000 balloons for free internet access from the sky. Lets we see some important news about this launch of project loon with 1000 balloons for free internet plan below. And we also see what the Google Engineer – Mike Cassidy says about this launch of project loon with 1000 balloons for internet below.
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According to PC world, this Google’s Project loon involves in the beaming down LTE cellular signals to handsets (which is present on the ground) from balloons where the balloons flew above the thousands of feet from the ground as well as the balloons flew above the altitude where the passenger jets fly in the sky.
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Mike Cassidy (Google Engineer) who is the in charge for this project said about the launch of project loon with 1000 balloons for free internet that those number of balloons needs to provide the free internet access to the people who are all living in remote areas which is not currently served by the terrestrial network.
The trails of the project loon is underway currently in Australia (Telstra), Latin America (Telefonica) and New Zealand. In New Zealand, the project Loon trail was underway with Vodafone. Once the trail is successfully completed, then the Google launch its project loon with 1000 balloons for free internet access. Lets we hope that Google launch its Project Loon very soon with 1000 balloons for free internet to provide for all people from the sky.