Google’s next move: Becoming a wireless carrier

Google Nexus 6
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Google is moving in on the mobile-phone-plan game, according to technology blog The Information.

The $60-billion-dollar company plans to sell direct-to-consumer voice and data plans as a wireless carrier and deliver on the plans using Sprint and T-Mobile networks.

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Talks with Sprint and T-Mobile are ongoing, with a possible launch date of next year, according to the blog.

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T-Mobile, Google and Sprint have not responded to CNBC requests for comment.

Read the full report on The Information.

—CNBC's Anita Balakrishnan