Initial Nashville Google Fiber map posted
About an hour ago Google Fiber posted a map on their Facebook page of the areas in Nashville that will be serviced eventually by Google Fiber.
This marks the first bit of information they’ve given to potential customers in the Tennessee region narrowing it down more than by the general region.
Residents of the south side of Nashville have probably noticed that there are large spools of orange fiber-optic cable sitting about in various neighborhoods not listed here, so don’t give up hope just yet.
Unfortunately there’s still no ETA on when even customer number one will come on line, and it’s not too clear how they chose the area that they’re entering now as I’m not in any one of them. Rassafrassa.
Hey Nashville, good news. Fiber is coming to more communities in the area: Oak Hill, Berry Hill, Forest Hills, and Belle…
Posted by Google Fiber on Thursday, September 17, 2015
Oh well, it’s coming, and soon Nashvillians can escape the local Comcast monopoly.
Comcast is offering customers a $300 a month two-gigabit connection in Nashville, although extremely few locations are available at the moment, and it’s Comcast so why?