Google said that “in response to their Feb announcement about plan to build “ultra-high speed broadband networks,” the company has received 1,100 community responses plus nearly 200,000 responses from individuals across the U.S.,” said Google. Which clearly depicts that people are hungry for “better and faster Internet access”. In this regard, Google launched a new site called “Google Fiber for Communities,” where you can learn more about fiber networks and keep up-to-date on project. You’ll also be able to advocate for common-sense federal and local policies that would help fiber deployments nationwide.
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