Google is planning to expand their business and has recently announced a deal to buy high-speed internet provider Webpass. It is a thirteen year old company that aims to provide high-speed internet for business and residential customers across the U.S.
Google Fiber provides the broadband internet and cable television services across the different parts of the United States. It is available in five U.S cities, but is planning to expand its dimensions to more than 20 different city of U.S. On the other hand, WebPass earmarked a strong presence in California. The company is also providing its services in San Francisco, Oakland, San Diego, Emeryville, etc.
To an addition, Webpass said that “nothing will change in the foreseeable future regarding the day to day operation of our business, your service or pricing.”The president of WebPass, Charles Barr also added that“ Joining Google Fiber will be a great development for our users because the companies share the same vision of the future and commitment to the customer,” he said. “Google Fiber’s resources will enable Webpass to grow faster and reach many more customers than we could as a standalone company.”
It is a great opportunity for both the companies as they can together grow faster and reach more and more potential customers. They can grow their standard and bring more stability and reliability in the web market.
Webpass would give the Google Finer subscribers in two brand new markets: Boston and Miami. They also provide service in Chicago, San Francisco where Google Fiber has already announced plans to grow.