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Gigabit Speeds At Home In the US

September 13th, 2010 09:04 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The Electric Power Board of Chattanooga is preparing to offer 1 Gigabit speeds at home by the end of the year. ‘The city-owned utility announced today it will boost its broadband service to 1 Gigabit throughout its service territory by the end of 2010. Such a connection will be 200 times faster than the average broadband speed in America and the fastest of any US city.’ The NY Times reports that the service will cost $350 per month. ‘Mr. DePriest of EPB does not expect brisk demand for the one-gigabit service anytime soon. So why offer it? “The simple answer is because we can,” he said.’”

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