Affordable and reliable Internet may exist in some parts of the world, but it doesn't seem like the case for Nashville.
Sign this campaign and spread the word about Google Fiber possibly coming to Nashville. Let's get that 100x faster Internet we've all been wanting.
These signatures will be sent to Google Fiber spokeswoman Jenna Wandres to show Google how bad we want it.
Google will also be offering FREE Internet with a one time setup fee for those who don't want to pay the high costs these days of the spotty Internet we've all experienced time and time again. The Free Internet they are offering is even a faster speed that what Comcast/AT&T are offering.
The Other 8 US Cities being considered for Google Fiber next are:
Portland, Salt Lake City, San Jose, Phoenix, San Antonio, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham
Local Internet Stats:
» In Tennessee, 32 percent of households are not connected to the Internet, according to a 2012 survey from Connected Tennessee, a public-private entity focused on increasing available technology in the state.
» In Nashville, 44 percent of Metro public school students live in households without Internet capabilities, according to Information Technology Services Director Keith Durbin.
Thank you for your support, and thanks for signing!