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Posted on: February 25, 2014

[ARCHIVED] Google Considers Hapeville for Fiber Network Build-out

Google Considers Hapeville for Fiber Network Build-out

Google is currently exploring Hapeville for a super-fast fiber optic Internet and television service network. Approximately three dozen cities nationwide have been selected, among them nine are located in metro-Atlanta. Regionally, these cities include: Atlanta, Avondale Estates, Brookhaven, College Park, Decatur, East Point, Hapeville, Sandy Springs and Smyrna. Google's service, a residential service business model, was initially launched in Austin, TX, Kansas City, MO. and Provo, UT. Residents in those cities enjoy the Google Fiber service which runs 100 times the speed of internet competitors. The City will continue to announce further details in the future as they are readily available, so check back for details! Read about the selection process, the service and sign-up for project update notifications.

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Google has posted a list of FAQs for cities that have been selected. Logon to see what they have to say about why Hapeville and other cities are being looked at, what the schedule for potential service is, and how residents can stay informed. Visit:

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