Google is looking to lease bandwidth from Verizon or T-Mobile and launch its own wireless network in cities where Google Fiber is offered.
Google and Starbucks today announced a new WiFi partnership, replacing the one between Starbucks and AT&T. Over the next eighteen months, Google will be replacing AT&T as the Internet provider at Starbucks locations promising up to 10-times the speed.
Google’s high-speed Fiber broadband service, seen by many as an experiment by the company to push for faster internet access speeds while remaining affordable, will soon begin to turn the financial tables and be profitable for Google in the long run. Let’s have an opening line supplementing our summary in the words of Google Fiber head