Google Fiber has been a huge success story, with its $70/month service having been hailed as the best $70 TV service of all time by many.
However, in this year’s launch, Google Fiber is looking to expand its service beyond just a handful of markets.
In order to expand beyond the US, Google will launch a Fiber-like service in Singapore, where the average price is set at $60/month.
While Singapore’s fiber-based infrastructure may not be the best option for the average US customer, the price does offer the service a chance to reach a larger population.
As mentioned, Google is expanding the service to Singapore, which is also home to one of the largest online video services in the world.
However in the case of Singapore, the service’s launch is happening alongside the launch of Google Fiber in the Philippines.
The Philippines is a country that is currently in the midst of a massive economic crisis, and the country is also a major player in the internet market, having been a key contributor to the global internet boom.
However the country has been hit hard by the effects of Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines on September 6th.
Many of its people have been displaced and have lost everything they own.
While the country’s population has shrunk in recent years, Google has struggled to get the services most people want.
The company has also struggled to connect with the rest of the world, with the number of subscribers falling by more than half.
In 2017, Google had to take a $2 billion loss on its acquisition of YouTube.
The rollout of Google’s Fiber service is expected to take place in the coming weeks.