And people who opt for the Internet-only version get 1TB of cloud storage on Google Drive. That means a user's every digital asset can be accessible from any Internet-connected device or computer whenever he or she needs it.
If you're jealous that it looks like Fiber may be coming to Austin and not your hometown, just remember this: Fiber users with less-than-stellar equipment or those trying to communicate with others on the Internet not blessed with a great connection aren't going to be very impressed with what they'll get.
If you've ever tried to Skype with someone working with either of these scenarios, you know what I mean.
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