Free WiFi in San Francisco to be powered by GoogleFree WiFi in San Francisco to be powered by Google
Google Inc. has teamed up with EarthLink Inc. to craft a citywide Wi-Fi proposal for San Francisco
The Mountain View, California, search engine company proposed building a network at no cost to the city and offering a free service supported by targeted, location-based advertising. EarthLink, also the network owner and operator in Philadelphia's controversial citywide Wi-Fi plan, submitted its own response at that time.
EarthLink would provide a subscription-based service with throughput of about 1M bps (bits per second) while Google would offer a free service at about 300K bps
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