1 Gbps for $70 - Sonic.net Brings Fiber to Sebastopol, Calif.

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Santa Rosa, CA - Sonic.net, the California ISP tapped by Google to run its beta fiber site in Stanford, is now installing its own FTTH network in Sebastopol, Calif. According to Dane Jasper, the company's president, construction started last week, the aerial work is being done this week and the first beta homes are expected to come online in a month or two.

Local press reports that the network will be available to about 700 homes by the end of the year and that Internet offerings will include 1 Gbps for about $70 per month and 100 Mbps for about $40 per month.

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