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Google Fiber Might Be Coming To Your City

Google Fiber Might Be Coming To Your City



Google Fiber is a broadband gigabit internet and TV services provided by Google through a fiber-optic network which is presumably “100 times faster than today’s average broadband speeds” according to Google. The project started in Kansas City in March of 2011. The following years it was expanded to other several cities in the state of Kansas. The project was later expanded to the cities of Provo and Austin. Google is now planning to expand their fiber-optic network to other 34 cities. These were the cities listed by Google on the past couple of days.

Atlanta, GA
Avondale Estates, GA
Brookhaven, GA
College Park, GA
Decatur, GA
East Point, GA
Hapeville, GA
Sandy Springs, GA
Smyrna, GA
Charlotte, NC
Raleigh-Durham, NC
Carrborro, NC
Cary, NC
Chapel Hill, NC
Durham, NC
Garner, NC
Morrisville, NC
Raleigh, NC
Nashville, TN
Salt Lake City, UT
San Antonio, TX
Phoenix, AZ
Scottsdale, AZ
Tempe, AZ
Portland, OR
Beaverton, OR
Hillsboro, OR
Gresham, OR
Lake Oswego, OR
Tigard, OR
San Jose, CA
Santa Clara, CA
Mountain View, CA
Sunnyvale, CA
Palo Alto, CA

Google is offering a terabyte of cloud storage for users as part of their services. The rates start at $70 a month for gigabit internet or free internet for seven years if you pay a construction fee of $300.

We are located in the City of San Antonio, Texas. We are very excited about this announcement and we are looking forward to upgrade our internet service with Google Fiber as soon as possible. This means that job opportunities will grow in huge numbers here in Texas with such a large company, in addition to our big monster Rackspace. This might be a good time to move over here I.T. graduates.

For more information on Google fiber, their expansion projects and rates, click here.

Source: Google Fiber

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