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edmund_the_destroyer wrote

It helped a lot, but not as much as we would like.

Verizon still stopped rolling out FIOS high-speed broadband to new areas because their wireless service is so much more profitable.

Last I checked, most of the gigabit options from other ISPs still cost significantly more than from Google too. But to be fair, price is dropping. Comcast started offering gigabit internet in my area a few years ago for $300 per month. Now it's $105. That's much better than $300 but still 50% more than the $70 for gigabit internet that people in Kansas City can get from Google Fiber.