Time Warner Cable, AT&T want Google’s Kansas City deals, report says
Google’s so-called “fiberhoods” around Kansas City.
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Google’s special treatment in Kansas City has caught the attention of its competitors.
According to The Wall Street Journal, which obtained a copy of agreements on file with the city government, Google was offered everything from free office space to a team of government employees “dedicated” to the development of its Gigabit Internet service. In addition, the company is able to use all city “assets and infrastructure — including fiber, buildings, land, and computer tools” for free, the Journal has learned.