By Boris Ladwig, Insider Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 18, 2017) – Google Fiber has rolled out its internet service in Louisville’s West End, with its ultra-fast connection going for $70 per month.
City and company officials said that by starting the service in an economically distressed neighborhood, they were sending the message that they are serious about making sure that every resident in Louisville can take part in the information economy.
Google Fiber announced the start of its service Wednesday morning at Louisville Neighborhood House, a nonprofit at 201 N. 25th St. that helps people in the West End break out of the cycle of poverty. Google Fiber is providing the nonprofit with technology and internet service free of charge.
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