Looking for hi-speed internet access in Boston and hoping to compare two providers? Well you can now Google it, and then hire Google.
According to Bizjournals.com:
Google Fiber agreed to acquire a company called Webpass, an internet service provider based in San Francisco that already serves Boston, Miami and Chicago, among other cities. ..Webpass, which offers residential internet service for $60 per month, says it has tens of thousands of customers across five major markets in the U.S. Google’s service is $70 per month, according to its website.
Google Fiber, a subsidiary of parent company Alphabet offers internet speeds of up to 1,000 megabits per second. It already serves cities such as Kansas City, Nashville, Atlanta and Austin. By comparison, Verizon FiOs offers internet speeds of up to 500 megabits per second.