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After what I presume has been a rousing success in Kansas City, Google is expanding its awesome Internet service to... Olathe, Kansas.
Google Fiber is coming to your city - if you happen to live in Olathe, Kansas.
What a weird starting point.
Maybe Braden Smith can tell us how good it is
2-3 years this will be in most major markets obviously.
Living in Kansas City, Olathe makes sense to me. Just expanding from their major hub. Moving east of Kansas City didn't make sense. If they try to push outward from Kansas City again, my guess is it will be south towards more Kansas City suburbs.
Being from that area that was my thoughts too. Know anyone that has used it in KC?
seen videos of it.
try 950 Mbps download and nearly symmetric upload speeds.
compared to my current 5 Mbps download speed. Damn.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
Wonder how much it costs for a household.
Does anyone know what the number 1 porn search term is in Kansas City???
they have 3 levels.
1st level is free per month, just buy the box at the start. but it is limited to only 5 Mbps downloads
2nd level is 70 bucks a month . 1000Mbps download
3rd level is 120 a month . 1000 Mbps download + TV service
Oh, and none of these have data caps. All other highspeed providers do. I think Comcast is 250 GB per month but right now they aren't actually enforcing it (they will in the future tho)
CoolStoryBro pretty much has it.
The first package, "free per month," is just a $300 installation charge. Basically paving the way for you to upgrade to Fiber at any time. Better yet, they guarantee that "free internet" for seven years. But as CSB said, they limit it to 5 MBPS download.
Second package is $70/month but they waive the $300 installation fee. Just a one year contract, so $840. 1GB upload/download speed, no data cap, 1 TB in Google Drive.
Final package is $120/month, two year contract, for internet and TV.
Check out the about link.
A small handful, but they love it. I lot of people I know have done the installation but aren't on monthly plans yet.
1 Gbps. "gigabit"
not 1GBps. "gigabyte"
Big difference. 1 Gbps = 0.125 GBps
Thanks for the correction -- My mistake.
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