As a further sign of Google’s quest to take over the world, The Wall Street Journal says that the company’s Google Fiber service is set to expand to four more US cities.
The Journal says that those cities are Atlanta, Nashville, Raleigh-Durham, and Charlotte, adding to the cities of Austin, Texas, Provo, Utah, and Kansas City in Missouri. The newspaper says that Google has yet to confirm any such plans, but that the company has dispatched press event invites to local publications in each of the new cities.
The lack of readily available information means that there is currently little information regarding pricing for residents of the new cities, but that it should be around the same price as for the cities Google Fiber is already established in – $80 per month. That only matters of course, when the new system is set up, something that could take at least a year and only in the neighbourhoods where there is sufficient interest.