IS Google Fiber Dying?

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Donald G. Carder

Over at Motherboard, Kayleigh Rogers revisits the first community to pilot Google’s Fiber and takes note of the fact the once-promised future of broadband has, apparently, been put on-hold:

Thousands of customers in KC who had pre-registered for guaranteed service when Fiber made it to their neighborhood were given their money back earlier this year, and told they may never get hooked up. Fiber cycled through two CEOs in the last 10 months, lost multiple executives, and has started laying off employees. Plans to expand Fiber to eight other American cities halted late last year, leaving the fate of the project up in the air.

The full text of the article can be here: Kansas City Was First to Embrace Google Fiber, Now Its Broadband Future Is ‘TBD’