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What’s happening to Google Fiber?

At one point, Google Fiber was going to be our savior from Big Cable. Roll the clock back three years, and it seemed that it was unstoppable: Google had rolled out its service in Kansas City, Austin, and Provo, with more cities coming by the month. It looked to be a real Google project, not just another moon shot, and people were deliriously excited about the prospect of gigabit speeds for $70 with no messing around.
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