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Sunday, 28 December 2014

Fastest Home Internet ever (10 Gbps) rolls in US city


After a while Google launched it's 1 Gbps fiber internet connection, the residents of Minneapolis got gift of World's fastest home Internet this holiday season. US internet, based in the Minneapolis suburb of Minnetonka, announced that it has begun rolling out the 10 Gbps internet connection to some houses of Minneapolis. This internet is 10 times faster than the Google's 1 Gbps.

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This Internet connection is also much faster than the typical speeds in South Korea known for having world's fastest internet. Compared to rest of the US, this new connection is 30 times much faster to the average household connections.

The fiber optic service will cost around $399 per month and the company claims that it will deliver matching upload and download speeds. While only available to a limited number of homes in the southwestern part of the city this winter, US Internet plans to expand its service area in the summer of 2015.

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The company currently offers gigabit service for $65 per month in the same service area. In many areas of the United States, cable internet providers charge a comparable amount for connections with a fraction of that kind of speed, while others must contend with even slower DSL access.

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Source: Gizmag

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