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Initial users hop on Google Fiber at competing Mbit rates for a flat connection fee. The search giant uses the sweet deal to force consumers to make a decision fast. It’s much cheaper to wire a neighborhood all at once than doing a truck roll later, Medin said.
Every gigabit subscriber gets a Tbyte of online storage. "It’s amazing what starts to happen when your cloud drive is as fast as your local SATA drive," he said. There are no caps on data use, after all Google wants users to consume more Google services.
For a sweetner, those who take the TV service get a Nexus 7 tablet thrown in as a “remote control.”