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Sunday, April 01, 2007
Google offers free wireless broadband to your home

Solution for the last hundred yards



For those who haven't seen the news yet, Google has announced TiSP, a free in-home wireless broadband service. It's in BETA, and those wishing to participate must apply TODAY, April 1, 2007.

Installation couldn't be simpler: Remove the spindle of fiber optic cable from the installation kit, activate the patented "GFLush" system which connects the cable to one of thousands of TiSP Access Nodes, where Plumbing Hardware Dispatchers (PHDs) complete the access point connection.

Drawbacks: Google Toolbar must be installed, presumably so Google can serve up their ads on this advertising supported service.

Don't forget, incidentally, that today is Internet Spring Cleaning Day.

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Posted at 6:16 PM by Yokota Fritz.
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Blogger Asherd said...
I thought this april fools was hilarious (This and the wow ones). And not forgetting the printable gmails.

I am sure if the Tisp was available in this side of the plant there would have been a lot of sign ups.

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Blogger Rob Meredith said...
I knew there was something that PhD qualified me to do...

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Blogger Greg said...
It's an inspiration to those of us still doggedly pursuing ours.

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Blogger One Guru said...
Google is getting into every possible market. Do not get surprised if you guys see a ad of Google Deodrant or Google Soap on your TV local channel.

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Anonymous blogger tricks said...
I didn't knew that google is giving free broadband .I should have ordered it may be next time.Hope google comes out with such type of offers.

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