Google News article Google has announced that it has introduced a new feature that will let you set up an unlimited data plan in the country.
The feature is available in India only, but the company has already confirmed that it will be available to customers in the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the European Union in the future.
Users will have to download the new feature, called Inboard, to their phones in order to be able to activate it.
Google is offering the feature as a free upgrade option for its users.
Inboard can also be downloaded from the Google Play store.
The Inboard feature is essentially an add-on that adds extra data usage to your existing data plan.
Google says it’s designed to reduce your data usage and save you money by reducing the amount of data that you need to consume.
It is also able to offer you a “high-speed” connection, which is more than 1 gigabyte per second, which will enable you to get data speeds of up to 5 megabits per second.
The app is currently available for iOS and Android phones in India.
The Google Play Store version of the app currently only offers a free trial version, but Google says that it plans to roll out an ad-supported version as soon as possible.
This will offer more features such as Wi-fi, video calling, voice-over-IP and video sharing.
The company also says that the Inboard features will be “part of Google’s wider efforts to help people in India stay connected, stay mobile and stay happy.”
Google says the feature is a “small but significant” step toward making data usage more transparent, while the company says it will also “develop additional features in the near future.”
The Inline feature was announced by Google back in September 2015.
It will be enabled in India later this year.