Google’s pay TV service in the US city of Kansas could roll out within months, according to reports. The internet giant has announced that, under the moniker of Google Fiber, it would roll out a fiber-optic network delivering ultra high-speed internet to residents of Kansas City.
The Wall Street Journal has now reported that Google has applied for the relevant licences to launch a local subscription TV service and quoted an unnamed Google executive as saying it could launch within months.
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