Google has added two 3D channels to its Google Fibre TV service trial in Kansas.
3Net, the 2011-launched joint-venture between Sony, Discovery and IMAX – and ESPN3D join Google Fibre’s line-up of more than 150 channels.
The first will is available for free to Google’s Gigabit+TV subscribers – who get ultra-fast 1Gbps fibre broadband plus TV service for US$120 (€92) per month – while ESPN3D will cost and additional US$5 per month.
Google launched its Fibre experiment in November, claiming to offer internet speeds that are 100 times faster than many Americans get today.
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