Google Fiber expands Webpass service at MDUs

Tuesday 31 January 2017 | 09:20 CET | News
Google Fiber announced it's expanding the Webpass wireless broadband service in some markets at multiple-dwelling units. Since acquiring Webpass last year, Google said it's focused on integrating the company in cities where both Google Fiber and Webpass have a presence - such as Chicago, San Francisco and San Diego. Now customers in these cities and three other metro areas are eligible to use Webpass if their building has at least 10 units and is wired with Ethernet cabling. Copper Ethernet wiring can allow for gigabit speeds, making them an affordable alternative for building owners to install over coaxial cable or fibre, Google said.

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