Google’s new land phone service will cost you $1.10 per month, making it the largest in Canada, according to a new report from The Canadian Press.
The plan is a move away from Google’s traditional smartphone plan, which starts at $20 per month for unlimited talk and text, but it also includes a $30 annual data cap.
Land phone plan cost: $1 per month.
Canada is a signatory to the U.S.-China Free Trade Agreement, a landmark agreement that gives both sides more access to each other’s markets.
The land phone plans come on the heels of Google’s unveiling of its “Internet Explorer 10” smartphone last week, which is expected to come with more than 2,500 new features.
Internet Explorer, which offers a free smartphone app and mobile hotspot feature, is now the most popular smartphone operating system in Canada.
Google also said its $100 per month data cap will end on March 31.
The new $1 billion land phone program is Google’s first since it acquired Motorola Mobility in 2018, according the company.
Google said in a blog post that it plans to offer its $1 trillion land phone business in the coming years.
The company will provide $1 million in monthly support for customers who sign up for the plan, according a Google spokesperson.
In addition, the company is offering a $1 monthly credit for up to two phones at any one time.
With files from The Associated Press