Google Fiber's Webpass Heads into Seattle

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SEATTLE — Webpass, an Ethernet-based ISP recently acquired by Google Fiber, announced that it's moving into Seattle, one Ethernet-wired building at a time. The company has made great progress in the Emerald City, identifying the first building where it will provide high-speed Internet service, and hiring a general manager to lead the local team.

Webpass will provide blazing-fast Internet (up to 1 Gbps) to residential and business customers, starting with Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenue, a 40-story tower located above Pike Place Market. They expect to add many more buildings throughout the city, and, starting today, residents of other apartment and condo buildings can reach out to express interest in bringing Webpass to their home.


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