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Google Fiber headed to Austin, Texas?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 06 Apr 2013 8:02 User comments (5)

Google Fiber headed to Austin, Texas?

Google may have inadvertently leaked the next site for its Google Fiber initiative.
The company posted a press/business leader invite for an upcoming joint event in the city, leading to much speculation as to whether the city would be next to get the fast Internet offering.

Google's invite read: "The City of Austin and Google will make a very important announcement that will have a positive impact on Austinites and the future of the city."

The event is set for Tuesday at 11 AM.

Google Fiber offers easily the best deal for Internet and TV in the U.S. but is so far only available as a pilot in Kansas City.

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5 user comments

17.4.2013 21:54

It's official Google Fiber is coming to Austin! I can't wait to tell Time Warner Cable to shove it!!

I just hope Google Fiber won't increase the cost of housing in Central Texas.

28.4.2013 03:42

(Paraphrasing Soka from Avatar series finale, upon realizing his boomerang wasn't going to return)
Google...? Aw, Gooogle?

Don't keep us hanging by our nails, Google. Please tells us when you're going to roll out your service nationwide.

38.4.2013 10:19

Yooooooo Hoooooo Google ....little help here in Miami >>>???

48.4.2013 20:59

I wish I had this in NYC...Time Warner is the absolute worst ISP/Cable provider I've ever tried.

59.4.2013 00:04

While everyone scampers to kneel.

In the meantime, I will sit and await your arrival because actions speak louder.

This is superman

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