It seems like most people I talk to about Google Fiber (the internet service launched in Kansas City last week) want it as soon as possible. Right now Google is offering it for cheap ($70/month for the superfast Gigabit version, and just a one-time $300 fee for regular internet, with no monthly charge). That may change as demand rises in new cities.
Seems like the question is not "do you want superfast internet?" but "how much would you pay for it?" Or is the point that Google will find other ways to make you pay once it has you on its internet? Curious how people think this will shake out. (Also, would love to hear from actual customers in Kansas City.)
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