Google Fiber moves into Nashville
In February, 2014 Google Fiber announced that it would be bringing 1 Gbps Internet to some additional 33 cities. Recently, the company applied for a franchise to the Nashville, Tennessee metro area and nearby Davidson County – with plans to begin work as soon as possible.
A Google spokeswoman told The Tennessean that “There’s still a lot of work to do beyond this agreement, but we hope to provide an update about whether we can bring Fiber to Nashville by the end of the year.”
Google Fiber files franchise application with state (The Tennessean, Nov. 24, 2014)
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