Google has always had an obsession with how fast the Internet moves, and now it has decided to do something about it in a physical sense by bringing out its own Gigabit Internet connections.

Currently, if you have a 50 Mbs fiber connection to your home, your paying an outrageous fee for it, and you are one of the lucky few. Google wants to change all that, and its putting its money where its mouth is. The company announced today that it will be launching a trial program to bring 1 Gbps (approx. 125 Mbs) to cities around the United States.

Called Google Fiber for Communities, the new program is accepting applications now from government officials, but if you are a citizen, you can also nominate your town.  The video below explains it in greater detail, but we could be looking at a major game changer in the way Internet is delivered to our homes.


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