3 More Kansas Cities In Line for Google Fiber

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WESTWOOD, Kan. (AP) — Google says it’s reached tentative agreements to install its ultra-fast Internet service in three more Kansas communities.

The technology company revealed plans and pricing two weeks ago for its Google Fiber service in Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan.

The Kansas City Star reports Google now has tentative agreements to offer the service in three small cities in northern Johnson County Westwood, Westwood Hills and Mission Woods.

The city councils in each community will have to approve the agreements. The Star says residents would get a chance to register only after residents on the Missouri side have signed up.

Google Fiber will offer a variety of options for Internet connections and paid TV services.

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