Time for another Friday Gigabites. In today's issue, Cox brings gigabit love to the nation's capital, Comcast heads to the Motor City and more.
Cox also says the Gigablast service comes with a WiFi router, one terabyte of cloud storage, its family Internet security product and ten emails accounts with 15 gigabytes of storage each.
Once the network is complete, the CPUC estimates that gigabit service could still cost $119 per month for residents. However, speeds would be a vast improvement over what most locals can access today.
— Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, Light Reading