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Report: Google to Subsidize Upgrades of WiFi Networks

Google aims to improve business customers' WiFi experience, in an effort to boost use of Google apps and services, according to a report by the The Information.
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Google aims to improve business customers' WiFi experience, in an effort to boost use of Google apps and services, according to a report by the The Information.

The report states that Google plans to subsidize the necessary high quality Wi-Fi hardware to small and medium-sized businesses, such as doctors’ offices, restaurants, gyms and more.

The network will have the ability to identify users based on their Google login, which could streamline the tedious task of logging in to every new WiFi network.

source: Google Plans Low-Cost, High Quality Wi-Fi Networks For Small- And Medium-Sized Businesses, Report Says

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