Kansas City nominated for Google’s new ultra-fast Internet project

Google will soon pick a city to test its multi-million dollar “ultra-high speed broadband network,” and Kansas City is now a candidate.

According to a statement released by Google, its networks will make the chosen city’s Internet 100 times faster than what most Americans have access to today.

The project would not only increase the city’s Internet speed and efficiency; it could bring thousands of jobs by turning it into a favorable spot for Internet-based businesses.

To support Kansas City’s nomination, you can go to www.googlekcmo.com, www.google.com or www.facebook.com/page/Kansas-City-and-Google.

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