The deal between Google and Sprint will allow the latter to sell the former’s business apps. This will have Sprint acting as a reseller of the tech giants apps. Sprint will also provide additional support for the apps that isn’t normally provided by Google, reports The Verge.
Google apps that are included in the Sprint deal includes Gmail, Docs, Calendar, Drive and more. Sprint isn’t requiring business that buy these apps from it to use its network. The company also believes that its expanded service and support for these apps will offer additional value to its customers, The Verge notes.
Companies will be able to sign up for the apps through Sprint starting in August.