Google Fiber first began rolling out in Kansas City, with parts of the Texas getting it shortly after that followed by a handful of other regions in the country. A new job listing over at Google is now hinting that the service could soon expand to New York City as well. The listing mentions that Google is looking to hire somebody for the regional sales manager post in the region, which is almost a confirmation of Fiber’s arrival in the Big Apple.
The job designation also includes managing “multiple teams that evangelize Google Fiber services to MDU (multi-dwelling apartments and condos) and large SMB owners.”
Since this is merely a job listing at this point, nothing can be confirmed, but we should see the service hitting New York City in all likelihood. The timing however is something we cannot confirm at this point and it could take months before finally getting the green signal.
Google is looking to add 34 more cities to its Google Fiber list and NYC might be its biggest market to date. The company recently confirmed bringing the service to Raleigh Durham, North Carolina; Atlanta, San Jose, California; Phoenix, Arizona and Portland.
Source: Google Fiber Job Listing