Google is reportedly interested in offering its own Wi-Fi networks in regions where it already has its Google Fiber Internet and TV service, a new report suggests. According to PC World, Google has been circulating a document that discusses the possibility of a wireless service to 34 cities that are due to receive Google Fiber service in 2015.
The news of the document comes just a few weeks after reports first surfaced that Google was looking into its own wireless service in Google Fiber areas.
Although details related to a possible wireless service weren't included; the document said Google will be "discussing our Wi-Fi plans and related requirements with your city as we move forward with your city during this planning process."
With blanket Wi-Fi service over a large area, Google could potentially bring both voice calling and data connections to mobile devices.
In 2012, Google announced it would be bring lightning-fast Internet speeds (100 times faster than usual, in fact) first to residents in Kansas City, Kan., with Google Fiber. It has since expanded to Austin, Texas, and Provo, Utah, and will enter new markets soon.
Fleshing out its Fiber network would be ambitious but not come as a complete surprise. Considering Google already dominates with its search engine and Android mobile operating system, it's a natural step for them to want to keep all of your mobile communication within its ecosystem.Explore More
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