It’s not often here at Android Police that we talk about good old-fashioned phones. No, not pocket computers. Not portable game consoles. Not point-and-shoot cameras. Just plain old, hold-up-to-your-ear, talk-using-your-mouth, keep-in-place-with-your-shoulder-instead-of-your-hands phones. But Google Fiber is giving us a reason.
Google is introducing Fiber Phone, a $10 a month landline plan with unlimited local and nationwide calls. There’s support for such advance functionality as caller ID and dialing 911.
Fiber works with a traditional plug-in-a-phone-jack phone, but it also works on smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
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