In yet another world shaking move,Google Inc has launched ultra-fast Internet service in Kansas City.The fees: $70 per month.
The Associated Press brought out this breaking news saying:”The service is intended as a showcase for what’s technically possible and as a testbed for the development of new ways to use the Internet. Bypassing the local cable and phone companies, Google has spent months and an unknown amount of money pulling its own optical fiber through the two-state Kansas City region.”
The report further said that “the $70 monthly fee will pay for’’gigabit’ Internet service, about 100 times faster than a basic cable modem. For another $50 per month, Google will provide cable-TV-like service over the fiber, too, and a tablet computer that works as a remote.”
“The channel line-up includes Nickelodeon, Discovery, Bravo, Starz and Showtime (which may require additional fees) but is missing AMC, HBO, CNN, Fox News and ESPN. Google spokeswoman Jenna Wandres wouldn’t say why the channels were missing, but said the line-up would expand.
Google said it will only start hooking up households in neighborhoods where a sufficient number of people want service. Kansas City residents have six weeks to pre-register for service, after which Google will decide which areas have enough interest”,said the AP story.--------------------------Advertisement--------------------------