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Google Fiber is ending its wireless home Internet service in Boston, and existing customers in the city will lose their service sometime in the next several months.
Google Fiber has had its struggles, but the Boston shutoff doesn’t necessarily mean that wireless customers in other cities will lose service.

The service apparently fared poorly in Boston, but the company says it is still doing better in its other locations.
Google Fiber got into the wireless business in October 2016 when it purchased Webpass, which provides speeds ranging from 100Mbps to 1Gbps and mainly serves multi-unit residential buildings and businesses. Webpass started serving Boston in 2015 before it was bought by Google.
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