Today Google released its latest development in wireless technology, announcing it’s pay as you go wireless data service. The tech giant has teamed up with U.S carriers Sprint and T mobile to revival companies like At&T and Verizon, by offering customers the option to pay as you use. This simple means that when you use data for a YouTube video, or data to listen to Pandora that’s what you’ll be charged. Google is expected to launch this service soon. Currently it’s being said that Google is still in a testing phase for this new wireless service. If you can’t wait til the full launch of this service go out and get yourself the Good Nexus 6 smartphone.