Google Fiber is coming to Austin, TX.
Here are the specs and details of the fiber service: It’s being built by Google, a tech company.
They’re starting with a small network of about 2,500 homes in Austin, Texas.
Google Fiber is also rolling out service to some other communities in Texas, including the city of Austin, and the city in which it is already in, Houston.
This new network is meant to bring gigabit Internet speeds to homes and businesses in the Austin area, and to connect to the rest of the state.
It won’t have a huge footprint, and Google Fiber doesn’t have any direct competition in the area.
However, Google Fiber already offers its service in Austin.
So, what are Google Fiber’s services?
Google says it will offer gigabit internet for $70 per month.
$70 per year.
That’s $40 less than what other cities like Austin are offering.
And it will cover Google Fiber customers who live within a mile or two of Google Fiber sites.
“This is a major milestone for Google Fiber, and it’s an important step towards expanding its footprint and helping build a new and growing community,” Google Fiber said in a blog post.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to build a strong fiber network in Austin.”
Google also says it plans to expand the service to additional neighborhoods in the city by the end of 2019.
At least some of these neighborhoods will be closer to Google Fiber locations than others.
For example, Google says its service will cover residents of the neighborhood of the same name.
But the service will also cover residents in the neighborhood with a lot of jobs.
The company also says that it will be able to offer its service to people living in homes with less than 2,000 square feet of floor area.
That’s the exact same type of house Google Fiber wants to build.
I asked Google why it decided to go with a neighborhood that’s closer to its Austin headquarters than it is to its larger Google Fiber network.
In an email to me, Google spokesperson Brian Matson said Google Fiber decided to use Austin as a starting point because it’s already home to a number of Google offices.
Some of those offices, Google said, are in the same building as the offices of other Google companies.
Matson did not say why Google chose to use that particular building as a location for Google’s Fiber network, or why it opted to move to a neighborhood with fewer employees.
If Google Fiber can bring gigatenspikes of Internet speeds for Austin residents, it can help bring gigabytes of data to other cities in the region.
More: Austin, TX is home to the largest city in the country.
When Google Fiber rolled out its network in the U.S., Austin was one of the first cities to get its service.
Today, Austin’s network has more than 9,000 homes and offices, and more than a million homes and office spaces.
Austin’s new gigabit network could help it serve even more homes and help Austin get a better grip on its burgeoning Internet population.
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You can read more about Google Fiber here: Google’s Austin Fiber rollout: Why Austin is a perfect place to build gigabit fiber