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Google documents confirm plans for faster public WiFi in Fiber cities

25
Apr
2014

Google is floating the possibility of public WiFi to upcoming Fiber cities, according to IDG News Service. In a planning document sent to candidate cities, the search giant said it will be discussing our Wi-Fi plans, which corroborates information we reported earlier about its US expansion plans. It already has extensive WiFi services in 7,000 Starbucks and other public places, and may soon have an app that makes it easier to log on.

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