Is this all you can eat? No meters, throttling or QOS for favored services?
While the price/performance is drop-dead fantastic, if it's just straight up connectivity with no limits, this is my vote for the most significant aspect of the service.
Not to spoil the party but I hope Google offers subscribers free prophylactics. Imagine a 5,000 device DOS attack with 1Gbps upload!
Pleasant Hill, MO
Yep, all you can eat even the free 5/1.
reply to rradina
All that stuff would cost Google more money than not bothering with them. I wonder how they will deal with the costs of the upcoming "Six Strikes" policy.