A few months ago, Google announced that Kansas City, Kansas was going to get their prototype fiber optic network. They promised Gigabit speeds at an affordable price.
Well, today they rolled out information on the packages. The choices are simple:
1) 5Mbps down/1Mbps up: Free (minus a $300 installation fee) 2) 1000Mbps down/1000Mbps up: $70/month. (Includes a router, wifi, and a 1TB drive) 3) 1Gbps up/down + TV channels (about 100-150) for $120/month (plus free Nexus 7 Tablet)
There are no bandwidth caps, the DVR can record 8 shows at once, and can store a total of 500 hours of content. You can (apparently) watch TV from one of many devices, including phones, tablets, computers and TVs.