Google Fiber, the company that recently launched Fiber TV service in Kansas City, Missouri, is a new way to get Internet access and access to streaming video from cable TV providers.
But Google Fiber isn’t just a new tech company, it’s also an entirely new business.
And while Fiber TV may not be as new as some might think, it is a major departure for the video-streaming business, which has long relied on TV providers for customer service.
In a recent interview with Ars Technica, Google Fiber CEO and cofounder Greg Gaynor said that Fiber TV will be a more profitable way to offer video services than cable TV.
The key word here is more profitable, Gaynor told Ars.
Google Fiber will provide its own cable TV service, which is what it’s always done.
But it will also provide cable TV services for other companies.
This means Google Fiber could offer services to businesses that don’t have cable TV at all, including Google TV’s own competitors, including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter, and DirecTV Now.
It will also offer services that aren’t available in cable TV, like those that don, like Netflix.
Google will sell these services to customers who can pay a subscription fee.
The idea is to keep prices low enough that consumers don’t feel like they’re paying for nothing, but it also means that Google can charge a subscription price for the service, and Google will pay for that cost when it buys content from the companies it acquires from.
Google TV is already offering TV services like this in some markets, but Gaynor didn’t provide any details about how it will do this.
“If you’re like most people, you probably know this already, but Google TV doesn’t offer all of the services you want to watch,” Gaynor explained to Ars.
“We are going to make a TV service that will give you all of those great TV experiences, without having to pay anything extra.”
Google is also going to offer an entire streaming video service, dubbed “Google Fiber TV.”
Google Fiber TV is going to work exactly the same as any other Google TV service—it’s going to have its own channel, with channels for movies, music, and news.
Google is selling this service as a separate subscription that customers can pay to use, though Google hasn’t said how much they’ll pay.
Google hasn and continues to offer a variety of other streaming video services, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, and HBO Now.
Google’s plan is to also provide some sort of digital video service for people who don’t own cable, but don’t want to pay a monthly subscription fee, as well as services like Hulu Plus and HBO Go Premium.
Google isn’t going to be selling this as a standalone service, but as a part of Google TV, and will use it to build out the business, according to Gaynor.
Gaynor also told Ars that Google Fiber won’t offer any TV service for $50 per month, though the company is planning to do this in the future.
Google also told us that it is also building out a “digital TV ecosystem,” which is something Google has been doing for years.
Google, which announced its first TV service earlier this year, has already built a digital TV service into Google TV that includes HBO Go and HBO.
It also built a TV streaming service called Google TV Now.
Gayner says that Google’s digital TV will “not be the same thing” as other services.
Google has said that its goal is to offer services like these at a “reasonable price.”
“We will offer the best content for the price, and we will be very upfront with our customers about what the service will be,” Gayner told Ars last year.
“But the service that we offer will be more differentiated from the other content offerings that are available.
It’s going be a different offering.”
Google’s Fiber TV has the same basic features as Google TV—there are no channels, you can’t use apps, and it doesn’t include any of the things that are currently standard on cable TV—but Google is planning on offering a “differentiating” experience.
Google says that its new TV service will “offer the best service experience for consumers.”
Gaynor says that the company will be “creating a set of additional services” that will add a lot more features to Google TV.
Google told Ars it’s not sure yet how Google TV will work with Google TV apps, though it will work through the Google Play app store.
Google currently supports Google TV in a number of markets, including the US, Canada, Germany, and Spain.
Google said that it plans to roll out Fiber TV to other markets as well in the coming months.