Google Fiber Webpass Stories February 21

Google ‘Fiber Webpass’ is a rebrand of the wireless gigabit internet service

Google’s efforts in internet service have seen some of the first gigabit speeds provided courtesy of Google Fiber. Now, Webpass — the company’s other internet provider — is getting rebranded as “Google Fiber Webpass.”

Google Fiber Webpass Stories August 6, 2019

Google Fiber purchased Webpass in 2016 given the latter ISP’s track record with point-to-point wireless and fast rollout. Since then, both companies have operated independently and in different cities. The two sister companies are now combining efforts with “Google Fiber Webpass” in Austin.

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Google Fiber Webpass Stories January 30, 2018

A few months before Google Fiber paused deployment at the end of 2016, it purchased point to point gigabit internet provider Webpass. Today, it surfaced that the acquisition is planning to pull out of its Boston market.

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Google Fiber Webpass Stories February 22, 2017

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Google acquired Webpass last summer, and the gigabit internet provider has lived on since under its own name despite being functionally similar to Google Fiber. Today, Google has announced that Webpass service is expanding to Denver, Colorado…

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Google Fiber Webpass Stories January 30, 2017

Google Fiber map now also shows six cities where Webpass is available

Google acquired Webpass — another longtime provider of gigabit internet — last year, and now Google has added six cities where you can get super-fast internet through the service to its Google Fiber map. You’ll now see the option to get Webpass for Boston, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco, Oakland, and San Diego…

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