The FCC has granted Google permission to deploy its Project Loon LTE service over Puerto Rico, reconnecting the US territory with the internet and cellular service.
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The FCC approves a request from Project Loon, and Google parent Alphabet, to provide airborne cell towers and help restore cell service on the isle.
Google’s parent company wants to use its Project Loon tech to help restore the island’s hurricane-damaged mobile networks. But is it charity or business strategy?
Eight regional carriers said to be onboard for a six-month deployment. According to Wired, the FCC gave permission for 30 Project Loon balloons to fly over Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands for up to six months. Project Loon i...
The FCC has given Google permission to deploy its Project Loon balloons over Puerto Rico. Previously, the helium balloons were able to provide LTE coverage to Peru after extreme flooding. But in that case, Google had already partne...