Fox News’ editorial page has long advocated for a Google Fiber rollout and a nationwide rollout.
But its latest editorial, published Tuesday, is saying the company is on the cusp of actually getting the service rolling.
The ad says that Google Fiber will have its first public launch next year.
The ad says, “Google Fiber’s first public rollout will happen next year, and it will be the largest rollout in history.
Google Fiber’s second public rollout, expected later this year, will be larger but still smaller than its first.”
Google Fiber, according to the ad, will launch “in a few years.”
And the ads promise that Google will also roll out the service nationwide by the end of the decade.
“Google will be rolling out the first fiber optic network in the country,” the ad says.
“We will not stop here.
It will be time to celebrate!”
It adds that Google’s Fiber rollout will be bigger than what Google has ever done before.
Google has already said it will roll out fiber optics nationwide by 2021, which would put it in line with its previous public rollout.
Google Fiber has been pushing for a nationwide roll-out since last fall, when it said it would roll out a network of fiber optic cables by 2022.
In December, it said its rollout would be completed by 2021.
Now, the company says it will begin testing its network by 2021 and is targeting an annual rollout of 10,000 homes.