Monday, November 19, 2012

How Google's Kansas Internet Service Could Serve as a Blueprint for Delivering Blazing Fast Data Across the United States | MIT Technology Review

More Google networking adventures

“The actual service is a bargain compared to many services that provide much slower speeds. Google’s gigabit Internet service is priced at $70 per month. When bundled with TV, the price rises to $120—and Google is certainly pushing that additional service (see “Searching for the Future of Television” and “Google Launches a Superfast Internet and TV Business”). Users subscribing for a TV service get a two-terabyte storage box for recorded shows and a Nexus 7 Android tablet to use as a remote control. (As a budget alternative, Internet at five megabits per second is available for a one-time fee of $300.)”

How Google's Kansas Internet Service Could Serve as a Blueprint for Delivering Blazing Fast Data Across the United States | MIT Technology Review

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