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A brief posting on the Google Fiber blog has noted the addition of a new locality to Google Fiber. Gladstone, Missouri has voted to allow Google to expand its network to the city, a suburb of Kansas City.
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As someone who pays Time Warner Cable more than $50 each month for Internet service that promises 30Mbps down and just 5Mbps up, I would welcome Google Fiber’s $70 gigabit Internet service with open arms.
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Remember how Google Fiber's recent announcement for planned service in Austin by 2014 spurred immediate competition from AT&T? It's safe to say telcos in other areas have taken note about the gigabit speeds and roughly $70 montly pricing, too.
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FreedomPop recently set to upset the world of ISPs by offering free broadband Internet, which was a little too good to be true when we realized it would offer only 1GB of Internet service for free per month.
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Google announced today that the city of Austin, Texas is getting Google Fiber. It will start connecting homes by the middle of 2014, letting citizens choose between just having the Internet service, or having both the Internet and Google Fiber TV service.
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The last few days at the Sande household have been hectic, what with Bionic Barb getting hit with a stomach virus, our Internet service providing dial-up modem speeds for several days, what appeared to be a faulty AirPort Extreme Base Station and some other hardware that's apparently gone bad.
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