Google looks set to jump aboard the Internet Service Provider (ISP) bandwagon with news of them offering a fiber-based ISP service which can hit a phenomenal 1Gbps speed, for a price, of course. After all, there is no free lunch in the world, is there? The yet-unnamed “competitive prices” will apply to select markets, where the entire exercise is meant to offer a new way to access the Internet for 50,000 and 500,000 people initially. Currently, Google will open the window of opportunity till March 26 for interested communities to apply. How much are you willing to pay for Google’s ISP service if it rolls out in your area?
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