Alltel has announced it will be launching a global wireless service in 2019.
The service will be called Alltel Connect, and it will allow users to access their favourite apps and services in their preferred languages.
Users will be able to choose to use the service on a smartphone or tablet, as well as in the cloud.
Users who purchase the Alltel Wireless Mobile App will also have access to the alltel cloud service.
The Alltel cloud-based service is currently free, but will be available to everyone starting in 2019, and will be free for the first two years.
Al Jazeera English reached out to Alltel for more details on the Allstar service, and was provided with a statement from the company:”We’ve been excited to announce Allstar.
We are introducing a new offering for customers to choose from as part of our commitment to providing an exceptional service for the whole family.
We’ve been working closely with our customers over the past few years to build a robust portfolio of products and services that will allow them to connect with their family and friends through the cloud and across all platforms, to access the content and services of their choice, all in a seamless, easy-to-use, affordable and secure way.
We’re excited to share Allstar with you today and look forward to working with you over the coming months and years to deliver a truly global experience.”
Alltel will be offering the service in both English and French, and the app will allow for full access to all services in the Google Play store.
The new Allstar services will be rolled out on the Google Pixel, Google Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and Nexus Player, and are available on the HTC Pixel C, Pixel, Pixel XL, and Pixel XL XL.