Can Google Break Into This Massive New Market?
Nov 20th 2012 7:31PM
Updated Nov 20th 2012 7:34PM
Google has been making several moves over the past few years that all point to one thing: a strong interest in becoming a mobile carrier, in direct competition with companies like AT&T and Verizon. In this video, Motley Fool analyst Lyons George tells us what some of those clues look like, and why Google might have a big advantage here.
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