Google will soon offer cheaper smartphone plans to its Android smartphone customers in the US.
The announcement, which comes after it was reported last week that Google would cut the monthly price of its Android phone to $30 by the end of the year.
The deal is expected to be announced later this month.
The Google-owned internet giant has been a key supporter of the US telecom industry, particularly its high-speed internet plans.
However, with the introduction of its “Project Loon” balloons, Google has come under fire from some customers who argue that the balloon network does not have enough capacity to cover all the demand for the internet and that the balloons are too expensive.
However the balloon system is expected for a few more years, with Google expected to announce its plans to reduce the price of the balloon internet services to consumers by the middle of next year.
Google also announced last week it will no longer be using Google Voice, but will instead be using the Google Hangouts voice service.
Google said that Hangouts will become available as a paid service in the future, in a move which will help it compete with other services that are offering the same services as Google.