Google Fiber provides free internet to the residents of Kansas. It claims it will provide free internet service to nearly 1300 residents in Kansas City.
Google Fiber announced that it would provide its high-speed Internet service to thousands of poverty-stricken Americans across the US who can’t bear Gigabit Broadband Expenses. The Search Giant said it would start with Kansas City Market; Google Fiber ultimately plans to wire “Select” public housing buildings in the cities where it operates.
Google Fiber Initiative Launched to Provide Free Internet to the Poor
This free service will be available Wednesday for the West Bluff Townhomes community in Kansas City. It will cover nearly 1,300 housed in Kansas City, Mo. and Kansas City, Kan. These houses will get a free connection to Google’s Fiber’s 1,000 MBPS Service. It will let those users have a download speed equal to that of downloading an HD movie in just 7 seconds.
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According to CDN Network Akamai, Americans receive about 12 MBPS download speed, with peak speeds of 57 MBPS.
Google Fiber will provide free services to Kansas City residences, and their expenditure will be up to $ 1 Million per year. Google Fiber also provides its free service to poverty-stricken people in Austin, Texas. But these residents aren’t enjoying gigabit speeds. However, these users need to pay to upgrade their free service to the next level.
Google Fiber is pledging and looking forward to providing the fastest Internet service to poverty-stricken people in America.
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Google Fiber is a prominent money source of steady profit for Alphabet. Alphabet told investors that this week Google Fiber was behind the revenue bound with its “Other Bets”, which also consists of its costly driver-less car project and its 5G Drone delivery service.
Google’s different research projects were valued above $3.5 Billion last year. Although rFiber, Nest, Verily delivered revenue of $448 million and Alphabet’s Life Sciences program.
Google Fiber is giving away some of its high-speed broadband connections to many people to help them benefit. For Job Aspirants, it can help them find leads and fill out job applications online for the first time. It might be able to do school homework for children.
So, this is all about Google Fiber’s giveaway of high-speed Internet to the poorest communities in America. We hope that Google will expand its High-Speed Internet across the world in the future.