After making preliminary moves to do this last year, Google has officially announced that it will be bringing gigabit internet to public housing properties in all cities that offer Google Fiber — for free. The company is starting today with a property called West Bluff in Kansas City, its first-ever Fiber market. “We’ve wired all 100 homes with Fiber, and families can sign up today to access the Internet at up to 1,000 Mbps,” Fiber VP Dennis Kish wrote in a blog post. “And through local ConnectHome partners, such as Connecting for Good and Surplus Exchange, they’ll also be able to purchase discounted devices and learn new computer skills. Across Kansas City, we’re working with local affordable housing providers to connect up to nine…
Google begins rolling out free internet to public housing in Fiber cities
written by TechKnock Feb 3, 2016
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