If it feels like you’ve been waiting forever for Google Fiber, you’re not alone. It has, after all, been more than a decade since Google’s announcement that “fiber is coming.” To be fair, Google Fiber is long established in some areas. Before temporarily halting fiber expansion in 2016, the company brought service to 11 major US markets. Even in those cities though, Google’s internet service didn’t reach all, or even most, households, leaving many wondering when and if their neighborhood would be eligible for service. Meanwhile, residents of 34 other metropolitan areas who were teased with the possibility of getting Google Fiber early on are still wondering if it will come to their city at all. So what’s going on with Google Fiber? A decade of deployment Let’s start with where Google Fiber has successfully established service. In addition to Kansas City, Google Fiber’s inaugural location, the service is also currently available in Atlanta; Huntsville, Alabama; Orange County, California; Charlotte and the Raleigh/Durham area, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; Austin and San Antonio, Texas; Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah. According to the Federal Communications Commission , you’ll find the greatest serviceability in cities where Google Fiber got its earliest start… Read full this story
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