People in Overland Park, Kansas, may soon have 100 times faster internet than you
Google's ultra-high speed Internet service is expanding again.
The city of Overland Park, Kan., approved an agreement Monday night to bring in Google Fiber, following the lead of several other cities in the Kansas City metro area.
Google said it was "thrilled to be working with Overland Park," and though the company still needs to conduct a feasibility study before moving ahead with construction.
Google Fiber delivers Internet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second. That's 100 times faster than most U.S. connections -- you can download an entire music album in under six seconds at that speed, or a feature-length movie in 38 seconds.
That's Kansas City, so just a suburban extension of the existing Google Fiber.