Google Fiber enters new phase with promising offers

Tuesday 31 July 2012 | 12:20 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
Google has started a new phase of its Google Fiber project. The subscription period has opened, and on 10 September the company will announce which areas ('Fiberhoods') in Kansas City will be connected to the service. It also unveiled the details of three subscription plans. Google Fiber was first announced in February 2010, and a little over a year later Kansas City (twin cities in Kansas and Missouri) was named the winner out of the over 1,000 applicants for the project. Google has also now confirmed that while Google Fiber is considered an experiment, if it proves successful it will be

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