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Report: Google Fiber to offer $15 broadband service to neighborhoods in Kansas City, Kan.-Mo.

AlphabetInc.'s Google Fiber will start selling a $15 broadband plan to someneighborhoods in Kansas City, Kan.-Mo., starting May 19, The Kansas City Star reported April 11, citing emails the companysent to users.

The new "basic" service will reportedly allowusers to access 25 megabits per second, without an installation fee or acontract. The company will reportedly use Census and the FCC figures to selectthe neighborhoods that have scarce Internet access.

The move comes as Google Fiber is discontinuing its"free" Internet service for such neighborhoods.