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Google axes free Fiber option in Kansas City

April 11, 2016 - Uncategorized



Google’s fiber-optic broadband service, Google Fiber, has grabbed headlines for offering gigabit Internet for as low as $70 per month, but it also has a 5Mbit/s, free option for users willing to pay for the installation fee. 

Recently, however, Google removed that option from the table in Kansas City, the first city where Fiber became available in 2011, replacing it with a $50 per month, 100 Mbps option. 

SEE ALSO: Google Fiber testing phone service with select users, report says

The situation is the same in Atlanta, where Fiber is scheduled to arrive next, but the option is still available in the other two Fiber locations: Austin and Provo, Texas. Pricing has not yet been announced for other future Fiber locations.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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