G-mobile’s latest flagship smartphone, the Star, will come with a gigabit-capable G-Maple network, which it said would be compatible with Star users.
G-Maply is the first gigabit network that G-Link and Star both have in the US, but G-Plans said it had been working on its own network since January.
The Star will also have an optional data plan, which can be used with G-PLans or Star.
Star’s monthly plan costs $80, while G-plans starts at $80 a month.
Gigabit networks are generally used for voice services.
GigaPower is a new company that aims to offer gigabit networks to subscribers who can’t afford to pay for voice.
GigiNomad is a startup focused on helping businesses and entrepreneurs connect with users in India.
It also recently announced plans to launch its own gigabit service in the Indian market.
Gogo launched its own G-Band LTE network in July.
It was initially available in India, and Gogo plans to expand it to other markets in the coming months.
It plans to offer services to businesses in India in the first quarter of 2020.
Star has been a frequent target for the US government and some lawmakers, including Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), have called for the device to be removed from the market, arguing that it lacks a competitive edge over competing devices like the iPhone 5.
But G-Line claims that Star’s “G-Band” network can deliver 4G speeds of up to 10 times faster than the iPhone’s.