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Google Fiber to double maximum broadband speed to 2 Gbps

Tuesday 15 September 2020 | 16:13 CET | News
Google Fiber announced plans to roll out speeds of up to 2 Gbps on its network in the US, doubling the previous maximum download rate. The new product will cost USD 100 per month and include a new Wi-Fi 6 router and mesh extender. The company said the recent increase in home working, gaming and video entertainment underlined the need for increased speed among some customers. 

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Companies: Google Fiber
Countries: United States
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