Google Fiber Acquires Webpass

The deal will bring high speed internet to more people

Google Fiber has announced the acquisition of the high-speed internet company Webpass. With Google Fibre now launched in five major cities around the US and with plans to grow, the fact that Webpass operates its own gigabit network will help Google approach residential markets to take on established providers. Regarding the acquisition, the President of Webpass, Charlie Barr, has assured current customers that “nothing will change in the foreseeable future regarding the day-to-day operation of our business, your service or pricing”. With Google Fiber looking to bolster its presence around the US, and currently looking to expand into a further 20 cities, the move could prove essential in becoming an established high speed internet option. 

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