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January 27, 2015 12:58 PM

Google bringing its high-speed Internet service to the Triangle

Google will web the Triangle with thousands of miles of fiber-optic cable in the coming years, connecting homes and businesses in seven municipalities to the Internet through its high-speed Google Fiber service. Google has declined to say how soon construction will begin, when service will begin or which areas will come online first.

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