Sunday, April 27, 2014

Google Wants to Add Wi-Fi to All Its Fiber Cities - Digits - WSJ

Perhaps a different path to net neutrality

"Google wants to add Wi-Fi to extend the range of its Google Fiber high-speed Internet service and perhaps offer wireless-phone service in some areas.

When Google Fiber started in 2011 in Kansas City, Mo., it was considered by some to be an experiment. But earlier this year, Google identified 34 U.S. cities, including Phoenix, San Jose and San Antonio, as possible expansion sites, stepping up pressure on incumbent cable and Internet providers such as Comcast, Verizon and AT&T."
Google Wants to Add Wi-Fi to All Its Fiber Cities - Digits - WSJ
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