Gigabit Squared: $80 a Month for 1-Gig FTTH

June 25, 2013
Gigabit Squared unveiled residential pricing for the FTTH broadband network it plans to launch in Seattle in 2014. The network will initially be made available to neighborhoods located within the West Campus District, First Hill, Capitol Hill and central Seattle...
Gigabit Squared unveiled residential pricing for the FTTH broadband network it plans to launch in Seattle in 2014. The network will initially be made available to neighborhoods located within the West Campus District, First Hill, Capitol Hill and central Seattle.The service is intended to be symmetrical and will cost $80 a month for 1 Gbps up- and downstream. Cheaper plans will be available at lower speeds, and a one-year contract is required to avoid a $350 installation fee.

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