Google Partners Verizon: Offering 3G On All Chrome OS Devices

Recent news has come through that for anyone wanting the new Google Chrome OS netbook, might have to wait a little longer. Already being used as part of a “beta testing” program, the device will only be nominated to a select few.

But if you are lucky enough to get your hands on one of these, good news has been released that free 3G data on Verizon Wireless will be offered. What we can tell you is that each netbook will pack 100MB of data each month for no charge. This will end after 24 months.

The Cr-48 netbook weighing in at 3.8 pounds, will include an Atom processor, and as ComputerWorld reported Cloud OS, 12-inch LCD display, full size keyboard and the use of WiFi when 3G is not wanted. To add to this, for anyone who may be considering one of Google’s devices, may be tempted to know that you will not need to engage in any type of contract for Verizon’s 3G service.

Unlimited plans are now the order of the day and as Zdnet stated, day passes are available for $9.99.

Would you like to be one of the selected few to try out this new device? Let us know. To find out more head on over to Zdnet.