LA is Starting to Make Its Citywide Free Internet Plan Happen

Victor Quiroz Realtor

The year and a half since the introduction of a measure that would bring free internet to the city of Los Angeles has been spent conducting “an extensive research process,” but now that’s finally done and the city is finally ready to take the next step, says a post on Council member Bob Blumenfield’s site. Today, the LA City Council approved a Request for Participants and will soon begin the search to find a provider or providers who can bring the city one gigabit of speed—that’s Google-fiber fast—or more at a low cost and a “free level of service” that includes basic wireless (probably not as speedy), and can do that all in five years, tops, says CBS LA. Read more here.



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