Google is an ISP, at least in Kansas City, where it is providing stupid-fast fiber internet for only $70 a month, or free for the slower option. Apparently, at least according to Eric Schmidt, this isn't just publicity stunt of experiment by Google and they are actually planning on expanding the service locations.
While he doesn't offer up a specific time frame, or location for expansion, he does say they are "trying to decide now." I know I would love for 1Gbps upload and download to come to my location, but I don't live in a major city, so I'm just dreaming for now. However, there are plenty of large cities in which Google Fiber would be perfect.
We'll of course keep you up-to-date with the latest Google Fiber news, including any new expansions or plans for expansion.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:30 am CDT
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