I have a latest news for you that Google announced the fast and furious internet accessing for Kansas City and they admitted that, there goal is to build products that will help improve their users’ lives. And when it comes to Internet access, it’s clear what provides a better user experience:
- Fast is better than slow. On the web, nobody wants to wait for a video to buffer or a website to load.
- Abundance is better than scarcity. There’s a plethora of rich content available online—and it’s increasingly only available to people who have the speeds and means to access it.
- Choice is better than no choice. Competition and choice help make products better for users.
Google introduces their fast ever Google Fiber that is 100 times faster than today’s average broadband. No more buffering. No more loading. No more waiting.
Gigabit speeds will get rid of these pesky, archaic problems and open up new opportunities for the web. Imagine: instantaneous sharing; truly global education; medical appointments with 3D imaging; even new industries that we haven’t even dreamed of, powered by a gig.
Google describes this best in its own way and said that When we asked people what they value in their Internet service, the majority of them simply said, “choice.” So we listened.
Kansas Citians will choose where we install and when. We’ve divided Kansas City into small communities we call “fiberhoods.” To get service, each fiberhood needs a critical mass of their residents to pre-register.
The fiberhoods with the highest pre-registration percentage will get Google Fiber first. Households in Kansas City can pre-register for the next six weeks, and they can rally their neighbors to pre-register, too.
Once the pre-registration period is over, residents of the qualified fiberhoods will be able to choose between three different packages (including TV).