|December 8, 2014|
|Austin, TX Now Accepting Google Fiber Signups|
|By Chris Crum|
Google announced as far back as April that it would be launching Google Fiber in Austin, Texas. In October, the company revealed it would launch in December.
Well, guess what. December is here, and Google just announced that it is now accepting signups in the city.
That includes businesses. In a blog post, Google writes:
Access to abundant, super fast Internet can open up new opportunity for communities — and from the day we announced our plans to build in Austin, the city has embraced the possibilities that will come from Internet that's up to 100 times faster than today's average speeds. Today we're kicking off Google Fiber signups for Austinites, their neighbors, and local [...]
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