Google wants to expand its Internet service

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The Silicon Valley company announced it wants to expand Google Fiber, its ultra fast Internet service, to 34 more cities in eight states. At this point, Google hasn't targeted four of the largest U.S. markets -- New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. That's where Time Warner Cable and Comcast are the leading high speed internet providers. Jill Wagner has the latest MoneyWatch headlines.

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I WOULD PAY MORE FOR A SLOWER SERVICE , AS LONG AS IT IS NOT GOOGLE!

GOOGLE SUCKS!
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