Google launches its broadband service ultra fast 1 Gbps in Kansas
Google launched its first Internet service in the U.S., leading to the company to venture into the area of the ISPs. Fiber Google promises to upload and download speeds of 1 Gbps, 100 times faster than that offered by any of the operators in that country.
The service is available only in Kansas City, Missouri, where he began to implement the network in 2011 after the city won a contest .
This ultra-fast internet will cost USD $70 a month, and $50 extra you can subscribe to a cable TV service from Google. It is clear that the company wants to sell dedicated Internet service and continue to expand this network, but rather the idea of installing 1 gbps in Kansas is to demonstrate that it is possible to reach this speed.
The company will also provide a free service of 5 Mbps, but requires an initial payment of $300 for installation in the home.
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