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Google Shows Signs of Agressive Plan for Nationwide Wireless Broadband

Google Fiber is planning a move from the expensive and slow-moving physical pipes strategy to deployment of wireless network, according to an FCC filing. Jillian D'Onfro reporting in Business Insider writes: "A new filing with the Federal Communications Commission reveals how seriously Google is focusing on its plans for a wireless version of Fiber, its high-speed internet service. ... [T]he Fiber team has started turning more of its attention to using a new approach that will pair existing fiber with its own wireless technology."

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